Tuesday October 27, 2020

To Try, Buy And Put By

11th June, 2017

This Australian wine, with its half-sized, beer bottle look, crown cap closure and 5.5 per cent alcohol rating, might just be meant for summer barbecue consumption. It evokes the beach living cliché of Oz sunshine culture. The wine is delicious, sweet and light, with touches of sugared strawberries, candied peel and a clean lifting, refreshing finish.

The sky at night in Ribera is extraordinary, clear and star-filled. Torres, from coastal Catalonia, noticed this so much...

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