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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  • Yes, I agree with the comments so far.  Of course, some of the Cabs, Zin, Syrah (and similar cepages) will last 25 years - or should - but then, as EM rightly says, the vast majority of even expensive, expertly made wine is intended for consumption within 2 years of release (so, let's say by 5-6 years from harvest).  Then again, many people seek... Read More

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  • I have a question for you New World Wine lovers out there:  what is the oldest New World Wine you have had?  I have had 15 year old BC wines from the best producers and they are in "drink up" mode - although they may last a few more years (without improvement and with the danger of going south in terms of hedonic reckoning).  I have had some 10 ... Read More

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  • Jack, for $18, the only way you may have been screwed is if the wines were stored in a cabinet over somebody's range.I am not a big PN fan, but I have tried a few Wind Gap PNs--a 2013 Sonoma Coast bottling and a couple 2015 Gap's Crown Vineyard (also Sonoma Coast).  So, you can decide if my comments have any merit regarding your question.  It lo... Read More

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  • The holidays are around the corner. If you haven’t bought your wine-loving friend a gift yet, you're likely searching for solutions. Here are some ideas so you can start thinking about other things - paying that parking ticket, cleaning out your fridge, scheduling a check-up, etc. Use your brain's capacity wisely. Here are three favorite Napa Ca... Read More

    From the article How to Give the Gift of Wine Without Really Trying


  • A fan of strong drink, eh DV (well, maybe not, given your upbringing and remarks on demon rum - that component of wine that can lead to crapulence). I think your palate was weaned on the most full-bodied reds of North America judging from earlier conversations.  There is, for lack of more modern, politically astute ways of expressing it, a rathe... Read More

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  • Provenance Beckstoffer las Amigas Vineyard Merlot 2002

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    Again a wine from an estate and, so, less than optimal storage conditions. A TON of upfront red fruit defines the entire taste experience now, Slightly oxidized. There are still very noticeable tannins and acids, here, but they seem to conflict, not harmonize. I am perfectly happy with this wine as an everyday drinker, but I wish for what mi... Read More

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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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