From the same occasion as the recently posted rieslings (here and here). All three were great, but let’s pick the DeMorgenzon now – the producer is one of my favourites from South Africa, but I actually haven’t tasted their reserve chardonnay yet (the basic one is always superb). Continue reading
A lineup of shiraz I wanted to present to our little wine club in last autumn, but then the Covid situation got worse again and prevented the event from happening. It was only this June when I managed to gather my friends again, and despite some disappointing bottles, we could finally enjoy some good, even some world class wines. Continue reading
Such an enjoyable and reliable chardonnay. I liked all vintages I’ve tried so far and the 2018 delivers again.
South African Cinsault in Old World mode. Being Hungarian, to me this looks like a Mediterranean version of our Kadarka wines – a pale, light red that’s easy to drink and love.
Recently I’ve been opening the South African whites I bought many years ago – I stocked up on them back then. Each and every of them turns out to be wonderful. Now I have confidence that they don’t simply shine as young wines, but can age remarkably as well. Continue reading