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david Franz wine – All Class

Posted By | May 13, 2014

David Franz wine tasting at the beach. It doesn’t get any better… Note: I wrote this blog a while ago but after sipping on a david Franz Georgie’s Walk Cabernet Sauvignon the other day it both reminded me 1) how incredible that wine was and 2) that I hadn’t shared this blog yet. It was a […]

Categories: Tasting Notes


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Welcome to WineCloud

Posted By | April 23, 2014

Well here it is, an introduction to WineCloud… A long time coming really, because we have had this idea for long time now, an idea of how to make premium and quality wine from boutique producers and cellar doors more accessible to the general public. So, I thought I’d let you know just how WineCloud […]

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Why I love the Barossa

Posted By | January 19, 2014

I started this blog piece thinking, ‘I really need to write about this awesome wine’. But as I thought about it more, I soon realised that it was far more interesting writing about how I discovered this wine. It wasn’t a wine you could find in your average bottle shop. In fact, I’m not even […]

Categories: Tasting Notes, Wine Regions


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Barossa Beats

Posted By | January 19, 2014

Michael Sinclair bangs the drum for Australia’s most recognised wine region. Word on the street is the Barossa has got its groove back. Currently the region is the poster boy of South Australian Tourism with cinema advertising, TV commercials, newspaper lift-outs and online marketing targeting the young and the restless. Unless you live under a […]

Categories: Wine Regions