Wine Experience

+61 07 3368 1572 150 Baroona Rd
Rosalie, NJ 4064
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Wine Experience has been operating since 2004. We were opened by a team of wine loving individuals with a passion for wine and a desire to offer quality wines from Boutique Wineries instead of the same old wines available at all the chains. We are 100% independently owned and operated with our store in beautiful Rosalie Village in Brisbane. Our greatest asset and strength is our true independence. We only buy wines that we love and want to sell. We do no deals with wineries, sell no floor space and sell nothing but wine In order to have a wine stocked by us it must be submitted and passed by our tasting panel, which includes a Master of Wine Andrew Corrigan. We hand sell all our products and are here to advise you on your selection. We are always happy to help and share our love of great wine with you. Please call for assistance, food matching or any wine related advice. – Description from markomkc

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  • Rodney, let me add my welcome,I haven;t posted here in a while.  We were on a cruise, and, then, I came back with an upper respiratory infection--it happens.  I am, pretty much, recovered and getting back in the groove.I have mentioned my brother-in-law multiple times here on Snooth.  He regularly brings me BC wines when he goes fishing down the... Read More

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  • My condolences Randy.  It must be difficult to read about wine and not be able to experience any.  You could always open something and do a sniff and swish in the mouth and then spit it out and repeat if you get itchy.  I'm hopeful the good doctor can give you the green light soon.Zuf,I did bring two bottles back.  I'll have to get photos and po... Read More

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  • It is a chilly, sunny February afternoon in Napa Valley.  Tasting rooms ... years ago to chronicle his wine experiences and share stories of local wines and winegrowers. Morgan is the wine columnist for VA Growler Magazine.  He contributes to Piedmont Virginian Magazine, The Virginian-Pilot online, edibleDC, the wine site Snooth, and PBS.  He ... Read More

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  • I've told several people since I've returned that I have no interest in traveling again for some time.  I had a great time and there may be a few places I'd like to experience before I cannot travel comfortably, but in my heart I feel that travel is worse for the world than cherishing the place we belong.  I'm not disparaging those who love trav... Read More

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  • Hi everybody.  I returned last Sunday from two weeks in Italy.  We flew Vancouver to Paris and spent the first day walking everywhere, basically "Paris in six hours".  Saw Palace of Versailles the next day and more walking around Notre Dame and Sacre Coeur.  Flew to Bologna that evening.  Next day we took a train to Florence and spend three days... Read More

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  • Chateau Timberlay Rouge Bordeaux Superieur 2015


    Pours a lovely deep shade of ruby-garnet red, with rustic hues developing around the top ring of the wine itself and shows concentrations of suspended particulate, being only semi-transparent....legs are decent, but don't fully form, leaving rather an modest oily looking layer around the inside of the glass. Somewhat spicy layers of cinnamon, f... Read More

    Wine review by chriscage

  • Garrison Creek Cellars Cabernet Sauvignon Walla Walla Valley 2013


    Very pleasant wine, Lots of read fruit on the tip of the tongue--cherry, raspberry. This is in stark contrast to my usual CS experience where I get black fruit. Noticeable acid makes the fruit even more bright. A nice, easy to drink wine, but not one that I would pair with a grand dinner. We're having grilled burgers, tonight, and I'm very ... Read More

    Wine review by EMark

  • We're in Oregon visiting our son and daughter-in-law, heading to Dundee today. We'll be drinking Willamette Valley wine tonight (I know, poor us) most likely from one of the tasting rooms there.  Here's my list of potential downtown Dundee tasting rooms, anyone have any experience with any of these?Antica TerraErath WineryLange Estate WineryLe C... Read More

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  • It is curious how we see lobbyists succeed in essentially bribing congress to follow these protectionist policies (if I may call them that) in favour of monopoly - which are in blatant restraint of trade - but cannot find ways (other lobbyists in this instance) to break up obvious monopolies as was successfully achieved during the Progressive Er... Read More

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  • A bit late but did anyone note that the SC made a ruling on wine sales last week?The issue was a Tennessee requirement that if you wanted to open a retail store, you had to have lived in the state for ten years. A guy wanted to open a Total Wine franchise and was denied, so he sued.Tennessee Wine and Spirits Retailers Association v. Russell F. T... Read More

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