Whitey loves the adventure, daring and finesse of two new wines from the edge of the Limestone Coast.
Having attended a very special tasting of Grenache, Philip White looks at how some rare vintages from a French family estate compare with wines from McLaren Vale and the Barossa.
McLaren Vale’s newest cellar door and restaurant features a striking industrial design incorporating shipping containers and a name inspired by the wolves of the Italian region from which the owner’s family hails.
Whitey heads off dreamin’ drivin’ holy rollin’ an dancin’ round with some significant Pinots from down his southern way.
An iconic Barossa wine brand of the 1970s and ’80s is being revived to appeal to nostalgic drinkers and celebrate the history of the region.
Philip White ponders the ways his colleagues in the press corp have regarded the $3000 Penfolds G3, perhaps the most discussed Australian wine of the era.
An inexpensive red blend from McLaren Vale has taken out the coveted Max Schubert Trophy for best wine at the Royal Adelaide Wine Show.
"There’s enough people who make complex and intense wines. With these wines, I just want to watch Top Gun, put a straw in it, and drink it in 20 minutes," says winemaker Koen Janssens.
Philip White reveals a significant opportunity so far overlooked by reporters of the International Astronautical Congress.
Whitey reviews two wines that confirm his suspicions about 2017.