A weekends drinking – not a great pic
Bethany G6 Semillon 2010, Barossa Valley, Australia
I like their wines and this has always been a favourite – I suspect they have lightened up a bit on the oak, but mature Semillon probably doesn’t need it. Lovely maturing refreshing wine – with light waxy, toast and clean lime fruits.
From O’Briens – for €18.45
Kesseler Pinot Noir 2012, Rheingau
Delicious light but intense slippery dark cherry fruits, elegant and great with roast duck.
From Whelehan’s Wines, Loughlinstown €40
Huber Grüner Veltliner Alte Setzen 2014, Transiental
A brilliant, brilliant wine full of Grüner character, an impeccably balance of rich fruit and mineral acidity.
€30 from 64 Wine, Glasthule
Albamar Albariño 2015 Rías Baixas
Lovely elegant Albariño from a cool climate. A new arrival to Ireland and worth seeking out.
€21 from 64 Wine, Glasthule, Clontarf Wines.
Ulivo Rabigato 2015, Douro
Not sure as to price – I was handed a half-bottle by an importer; I thought it a well made clean white iwne with a bit of chracter – I would pay up to €16 – will let you know.
Rosso Piceno Boccadigabbia 2014
A sample from importers La Rousse – a big powerful Rosso Piceno – 14.5% and tasted it. But plenty of stiffing and concentration to go with it. Atypical but pretty good.
Beaujolais Villages 2014, Potel-Aviron
Tried it earlier in the week when it seemed fine, but it was exceptional for a wine at this price when I sipped a glass on Friday night. €13.99 from Wines on the Green, Dawson street and Baggot Street Wines.
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