In this video blog (3m 50s), Jim Jerram, co-founder of Ostler Vineyards talks about his project in Waitaki Valley (New Zealand) and guides us through a taste of the winery's flagship Ostler Caroline's Pinot Noir. This wine is one of NZ's top 10 Pinot Noirs. Described as Chambolle-Musigny like by Matt Kramer of Wine Spectator, it has won some of the world's most important awards.
In this video blog (3m 45s), Daniela Mastroberardino, one of the first ladies of Italian wines, talks about her winery Terredora Di Paolo and Taurasi, long considered to be the Barolo of southern Italy. For people who are familiar only with the wines of Piedmonte and Tuscany, this is an amazing wine to drink.
In this video blog (3m 57s), Edward Tomlinson, winemaker and CEO of early Margaret River pioneer Lenton Brae Wines, shares the secrets for making a great cabernet and why Margaret River has a strong affinity with this varietal.