Category Archives: Sangiovese

What I’ve been drinking – 007 Part 2

We moved onto a Cabernet Sauvignon during dinner, a St Hugo Coonawarra Cabernet Sauvignon 2007 A while back we had a 1998 St Hugo supplied by Acepfv and that was drinking perfectly showing distinctive aged notes, this was young in comparison … Continue reading

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What I’ve been drinking – 002

Recently we had lunch in Melbourne at Giuseppe, Arnaldo & Sons and had a bottle of 2009 Castellare di Castellina, it was impressive, a very approachable Chianti Classico, from what is believed to be an exceptionally good vintage. Even though it … Continue reading

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Pink Zulus and Goatfathers

DB and myself have been keen to go to Pink Zulu for some time and finally had the chance a couple of weeks ago. Pink Zulu as the name implies is an African themed Restaurant with a strong emphasis on … Continue reading

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