James Scarcebrook sourced fruit from the pioneering Chalmers family Merbein vineyard in north west Victoria for this early release red. The fruit de-stemmed and on skins for one week when […]
Not your usual #PinotGrigio from @VinoIntrepido. The 2020 Wolf In Sheep’s Clothing Pinot Grigio.
Coming from arguably what is Victoria’s best Nebbiolo vineyard, the Malakoff. Behind the name and styling, Vino Intrepido’s James Scarcebrook gives the insight: “In 2017 it was my great fortune […]
Made from Sangiovese grown on the Whistling Eagle vineyard in Heathcote, Central Victoria. Behind the name and styling, Vino Intrepido’s James Scarcebrook gives the insight: “The name ‘Blood of My […]
This rosé is made from Sangiovese grapes, grown in Heathcote, Central Victoria. When I read the name, I can’t help but sing “The Shortest Straw” by Metallica, but Vino Intrepido’s […]
The fruit is sourced from Joe Vaughan’s vineyard at Tuerong on Victoria’s Mornington Peninsula. As for the name, Vino Intrepido’s James Scarcebrook states: There was a wine produced near Avellino […]
Vino Intrepido’s James Scarcebrook gives insight to the naming: The unique Rutherglen fortified wine Tokay wasn’t the only victim of Hungary joining the European Union and receiving protection of its […]