Category Archives: 2014 Wines Reviews

Picked By My Wife Arneis 2014

JAMES HALLIDAY Punchy white with spice, hazelnut and wheat-like notes to the fore. Promoted as ‘smashable’ but there’s a bit more to it than that. Slinky texture and jets of flavour through the finish. Adelaide Hills, SA 13%, Screwcap, $27 a bottle Rating: 92 Points Tasted: October 2014 Drink by: 2016 BUY NOW
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Picked By My Wife Arneis 2014

www.wine-searcher.com by Grape Observer Arneis is another grape variety of the Italian vanguard, it being native to Piemonte in north western Italy where it features in the DOC appellations of Langhe and Roero. It is another grape variety that can be hard in the vineyard, with its low natural acidity requiring management and the best…
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Picked By My Wife Arneis 2014

THE VINSOMNIAC by Stuart Robinson If any of you avid wine blog readers had been wondering where Josh Tuckfield had been between late January 2014 and late October, then this Arneis from View Road Wines might provide some insight. Under the ‘View Road Wines’ label, Josh is releasing wines with fruit drawn from established wine…
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