No Use Whining About Wine
October 6, 2016
There can be a real trials and tribulations about trying to buy wine in bulk online. You need to know where to look. You need to have vague ideas about your budget. You have to understand your tastes in wine. Most of all, you have to land the products you dream of, no matter where. Thankfully, one perk of wanting to buy wine in bulk online is the ‘online’ part. The catalogue is as wide as you can expect. These are some examples.
It is incredibly rare to find local products which have been sitting around for over a decade, especially if you want to buy wine in bulk online. You would expect them to be under lock and key and watched by guard dogs. If you are looking for a Cabernet Sauvignon with a twang, however, you can’t go past Howard Park Cabernet Sauvignon 2002. The first striking element of this wine is the colour. You will be taken aback by the dense blood red. If you look hard enough, you will even be able to detect a dark centre. Howard Park also captivates you with the distinct aroma. The dusty, earthy tones are a main characteristic of the estate. The additional blackcurrant fruit scent is able to complement those tones. This is all before you dare to take a sip of this priceless product.
You don’t always have to buy wine in bulk online that was developed in South Australia. Believe it or not, other states in the country can make decent wine as well. In fact, Victoria created a product that you can definitely enjoy. Giaconda Chardonnay 2004 was squeezed with care in Beechworth, for instance. This pricey bottle can set you back over a hundred dollars, depending on where you find it. However, you will definitely consider the price worth the hassle when you take a sip. The Giaconda flavours are distinct and this is no different. You get a combination of meal and hazelnut, which iss designed for great length and balance. That combination may not appear to people when they read it. However, once the drink is down the hatch, they may think differently. Robert Parker in 2006 thought so, when he rated it 96 points for Wine Advocate.
That being said, you can rarely stay away from South Australia when you want to buy wine in bulk online. As such, the O’Leary Walker ‘Watervale’ Riesling 2001 product is something you should aim to try at least once in your life. This is a very unique product in terms of presentation and taste. You get a light green-yellow colour upon pouring it into a glass. When the smell reaches your nose you will be able to detect apple and citrus. The taste of the rare wines stems from 45-year old Riesling vines from the Geisenham Selection. That allows you to experience distinct flavours of lemon and lime.