Aug 20th, 2021
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This episode is part 2 with owner and winemaker Daniel Chaffey Hartwig from Chaffey Bros Wine Co. If you haven't listened to Episode 57 go back to that now.
This episode we are looking at the three varieties that make up the famous GSM blend: Grenache, Syrah and Mourvèdre. We will be tasting two of his wines that use these varities and than chatting about the differences between the two Valleys, Eden Valley and Barossa valley.
Don't forget there is a competition running, to with a virtual wine tasting, hosted by me (open to listens all over the world). More details at the bottom.*
If you want to skip ahead:
1.26: Why Mourvèdre is called Mataro in Australia
2.23: How and why Barossa got it's name
3.40: Talking about and tasting the Not your Grandma's Rosé 2020, including food pairings and a comparison with Provence Rosé £12.55 mix 12 The Great Wine Co
9.31: Talking about and tasting the La Resistance 2018 including food pairings and what each grape variety adds to a GSM blend £13.95 mix 12 The Great Wine Co
20.58: The best part of his job at Chaffey Bros
25.21: The Barossa Grounds Project - and the different soils in Barossa
26.53: Difference of Shiraz from Barossa Valley V Eden Valley
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Until next time, Cheers to you!
*Competition closes on August 30th 2021. It is open to participants all over the world. The virtual tasting will include 6 wines. These wines will be chosen based on the winner's chosen theme, what they want to learn and what wines are available in their country. The winner will be chosen on August 31st and contacted. To win, leave a review and some stars on Apple Podcasts, take a screenshot, and send this screenshot to email@example.com or on Instagram @eatsleep_winerepeat
You can always contact me in advance if you have any other questions. Good luck.