america vs australia

America Vs Australia (In Person)

The two titans of tannins, the masters of maceration: In a bitter battle of body and bouquet, Australia and America go toe-to-toe in this battle royale. Will the Barrons of Barossa …

Read more

Frontpage Hero for Wine School of Philadelphia

Craiglee 2007 Shiraz, Victoria

Australian wine review The cooler climate of Victoria often delivers Shiraz with more complexity and a lighter framework than other South Australian regions.  This bottle is a wonderful example of that style. …

Read more

Frontpage Hero for Wine School of Philadelphia

Coopers Best Extra Stout

Export Stout Review Just as dark and scented as a freshly pulled espresso. A full-bodied stout with rich milk chocolate on the palate. Strands of smoky molasses and saltwater taffy develop …

Read more

Philadelphia Inquirer

Philadelphia Inquirer: Wine in a box

The story was originally published by the Philadelphia Inquirer on August 25, 2008.  The article is reprinted solely for educational purposes.  It is intended to offer insight into the history of …

Read more

Frontpage Hero for Wine School of Philadelphia

Craiglee 2007 Shiraz, Victoria

Cooler climate Shiraz are often the greatest and finest of all Australian wines. This bottle sports aromas of beef jerky, wood smoke, and white pepper arrive first. A touch of reductive …

Read more

Frontpage Hero for Wine School of Philadelphia

Pillar Box 2008 Red

For a wine so damn cheap, a lot of rock star winemakers have been attached to this project. For the geeks, that means Aussie powerhouses Kim Jackson and  Chris Ringland, for starters. For the rest …

Read more

Frontpage Hero for Wine School of Philadelphia

Argyle 2007 Riesling, Willamette

A Riesling review from Epikur Magazine. The Argyle Riesling is a fun bottle of wine with just enough juicy white fruit to balance out the racy elements. A bit of ozone and salinity come into play in the midpalate. The floral and mineral components are mostly in the long and pleasant. finish. .A very nice bottle of wine, especially for the summertime.

Frontpage Hero for Wine School of Philadelphia

Viognier Review: Angoves 2009 Nine Vines from Australia

A Viognier review from Epikur Magazine. Hands down, this is the bargain sipper of the moment. Angoves is one of the oldest wineries in Australia, dating back to 1892, and is still family owned. The “Nine Vines” label is their value line.

Item added to cart.
0 items - $0.00