Howard Park, based in Margaret River, is owned by the Burch family - one of Australia's First Families of Wine and this month they have received a fantastic set of reviews throughout their range. Many of these are their most recent vintages so watch this space for availability on our website, or contact your sales ...
Wines in the Press
Posted on June 8, 2015 by Alice Gillespie
Posted on May 14, 2015 by Alice Gillespie
It's great news for Planeta in the latest Imbibe Panel Tasting "Etna Rocks".
The Panel, made up of Imbibe's own Clinton Cawood as well as consultants and sommeliers from several reputed restaurants, blind tasted over 20 wines from a variety of distributors, taking only the value into account on their scores. See how Planeta fared below!
Posted on April 30, 2015 by penwardenc
Master of Wine and Master Sommelier Ronn Wiegand has just released scores for two of Enotria’s J Lohr wines.
Ronn published the scores via his popular US publication Restaurant Wine, giving the duo 4+ stars each. Restaurant Wine was established a quarter century ago and continues to promote the industry’s top wines.
Incidentally, Ronn was the first ...
Posted on April 21, 2015 by penwardenc
This week Olly Smith suggested that readers should “Celebrate St George's Day with a glass of English fizz.”
The Mail on Sunday ‘s wine man recommended two Enotria fizzes - Camel Valley Cornwall Rosé Brut 2012 and Ridgeview Grosvenor Cuvée Merret Blanc de Blancs 2011.
Olly called Camel Valley’s Rosé “spendidly summery” while saluting the “award-winning zesty glory” ...
Posted on April 20, 2015 by penwardenc
Wine Spectator have just awarded two Poliziano wines scores over 90 points.
Poliziano’s owner, Dr Federico Carletti, is a man who is passionate about every inch of his vineyards, employing dramatically low yields to ensure that his Sangiovese and Cabernet Sauvignon are of the very highest order. Montepulciano is situated in the Tuscan hills on soils with a ...
Posted on April 15, 2015 by penwardenc
This week The Telegraph’s Nick Trend reported back on the joys of a wine-tasting holiday to Alsace. He said he was, “full of anticipation because, about 20 years ago, I tasted a wine which, because it was so unexpectedly delicious, has lodged in my memory ever since.”
On his first trip he had assumed that the wines ...