Still as good as ever. Sharper edges than your average South African Chardonnay (and the England bowling attack that are currently being flayed by the West Indies). Leaves your mouth feeling like you just face planted into a sand dune, but in a… er… good way. Only gets an 8 this time, but bear in […]
In the 1990s English cricket revolved around all-rounders that were average at bowling and average at batting. Unsurprisingly the sum of their parts was average, albeit that they were average at more things than some of their single-discipline teammates. A lot of blends share these characteristics. This however, does not. Jacques Kallis blend.
This is a personal favourite when it comes to Chardonnay. Just the subtlest hint of wood and lots of citrus. Leaves a fantastic dry taste in your mouth after every mouthful, which fortunately, just means you have to drink more. Highly recommended (the wine and drinking more).
Like smoking a cherry tobacco hooka pipe through a glass of dark berries. Probably not as effective with the slightly spicey food I drank it with as it would be with roast beef or lamb, but still highly eenjoyable.