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Let’s Taste – Santolin Pinot Noir & Nero d’Avola 2014

My guest on Episode 72 of The Vincast wine podcast is Adrian Santolin, who brought me a few bottles of his wine. I opened them up on another edition of Let’s Taste, they were the Pinot Noir 2014 and Nero d’Avola 2014. Be sure to head to intrepidwino.com to listen to the podcast!

Santolin Pinot Noir & Nero d'Avola 2014

Santolin Pinot Noir & Nero d’Avola 2014

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November 19, 2015 · 2:34 pm

The Vincast Episode 066 – Patrick Sullivan

Patrick Sullivan is one of the most exciting young winemakers in Victoria, and the type of wines he is producing are dramatically changing the discussion about what is wine, what is Australian wine, and what is quality Australian wine. He has recently bought land in West Gippsland and will eventually become the vigneron (both growing the grapes and making the wines) he has so long wanted to be. On this episode he chats about his experiences and philosophies, and why a winemaking degree didn’t really help him much.

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Patrick Sullivan (image courtesy of The Wine Idealist)

Patrick Sullivan (image courtesy of The Wine Idealist)

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Let’s Taste – Jamsheed Seville Syrah 2013

Jamsheed Seville Syrah 2013 from the Yarra Valley, given to the author after the recording of episode 59 of The Vincast podcast.

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July 18, 2015 · 12:14 pm

The Vincast Episode 040 – Bill Downie from William Downie Wines & 1000 Candles

It’s impossible not to like Bill Downie as he is such a down-to-earth person, a brilliantly talented winemaker, and is also incredibly humble. His skills are not his technical prowess, skills which he picked up for the most part learning on the job, but his ability to simply capture the essence of what nature provides in a certain place. He joined me on this episode of The Vincast to discuss his background, his approaches to wine, and how he imparts as little of himself to his pinot noir for William Downie Wines and the singular 1000 Candles from the Yarra Valley.

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Bill Downie

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