Category Archives: Radcliffe

Radcliffe’s Barolo 2001

We had a Radcliffe’s Barolo 2001 this weekend. It had been hanging around in the wine rack for about a year, waiting for its opportunity to shine. It was dark with a slight tinge of brick around the edge. 2001 isn’t old for an old style Barolo, but this one was made for relatively early… Read More »

Radcliffe’s Gewurztraminer d’Alsace, Cave de Turckheim

Sitting playing a board game, Carcassonne The Discovery, we had a Radcliffe’s Gewurztraminer d’Alsace, Cave de Turckheim 2004. The game was simple yet absorbing, the wine was just as well balanced. Smelling of spices and honeysuckle and lychees and peaches, it was dry with enough acidity to balance out the explosion of spicy fruit which may otherwise… Read More »