I'm a fan of all things Pinot and I love the Gulf Station Pinot Grigio, which goes well with a chicken, sesame and snow pea salad that I found in a Donna Hay cookbook (credit where credit is due, I guess).
My absolute favorite is the Sacred Hill Cab Merlot. We usually polish it off with a meal of BBQ T-Bone steak with a bbq vegetable stir fry of zuccini, red peppers, asparagus, mushroom and onion....beautiful! :)
Thanks for the wine/foodie blog.I am a rose devotee. I have a few local favourites and also the DeBortoli dry rose - Windy Peak.As a vegetarian I go for heaps of fresh summer salads and fresh sour dough bread with olive oil and dukkah.Happy summer days.
I love the De Bortoli Prestige Semillon Sauvignon Blanc. It is wonderful in summer with some delicious antipasto including the best Italian cheeses I can afford!
Noble One without a doubt. The best dessert wine I've ever had. Always with sharp stilton, quince paste and partial frozen grapes. I'm off to the shops right now....
Rococo Rosé is a perfect mate for Mango and Prawn skewers.
I'm a Rococo Rose girl. It may be less fashionable, but it's delicious (and pretty!)
Emeri Pink Moscato, it has a really great flavour but isnt too sweet
There's nothing better than long lunches with friends, accompanied by a bottle (or three) of the Yarra Valley Reserve Chardy. Nothing 80's about this one- it's delicious, and versatile enough to be matched with endless flavours. Love it.
I love Windy Peak Pinot Noir - very partial to a lovely easy to drink quality Pinot Noir. Try this one with a good pasta dish maybe lasagne vege or meat :)
I'll have the Noble One with cheese or maybe some dark chocolate!
Sacred Hill Cab Merlot...it simply sends me to my happy place :)
Windy Peak Nouveau Shiraz goes beautifully with duck pasta that uses vermicelli noodles instead of traditional wheat pasta, which is too heavy. It's also gluten free – a must for my daughter and I!
Noble One to share with all the noble ones that I love in my life... family and friends.