EP 295 2 Wines and They Look Kinda Funny….or The Same

Gary Vaynerchuk Answers questions and tastes 2 wines that happen to look a whole lot like each other!

Wines tasted in this episode:

2004 Innocent Bystander Shiraz/ ViognierAustralian Shiraz/Syrah
2004 Parsons Flat Shiraz/ Cabernet SauvignonAustralian Red Meritage

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Tags: Australian, cabernet, review, shiraz, Video, Viognier, wine, wines

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  • http://www.myspace.com/chateaumiller Brandon M

    #151 is dedicated to a Mr. Francis….Because LOLing Cracks me up!

  • http://www.myspace.com/chateaumiller Brandon M

    #151 is dedicated to a Mr. Francis….Because LOLing Cracks me up!

  • LT

    Hey – I’ve been out of the loop since the fois gras episode…not that i’m holding it against you, i’ve just been busy! Anyway, I’m catching up on some episodes now. But seriouly, is Coles worth a pick-up in my fantasy draft???

  • LT

    Hey – I’ve been out of the loop since the fois gras episode…not that i’m holding it against you, i’ve just been busy! Anyway, I’m catching up on some episodes now. But seriouly, is Coles worth a pick-up in my fantasy draft???

  • http://www.eatinghk.blogspot.com/ Andrew

    Hi Gary
    Just looking through a few episodes I missed. I’m glad you liked the Innocent Bystander. First let me say that Victoria is where it’s at for Australian wines and especially the Yarra Valley were this comes from.
    I visited the brand new winery / cellar-door / restaurant when I was back in Australia on holidays a few weeks ago. Innocent Bystander is the second label of a mob called Giant Steps who make some pretty good wines. They have some excellent Chardonnayâ??s that I think you may like, quite subtle and not your over-the-top, obnoxious, ‘sunshine in a glass’ cheap rubbish (the stuff that gives Australian a bad name). You need to checkout as many Yarra Valley Pinots, Cabernets and Chardonnays as you can, I’m not sure what makes it to the states, but there’s some lovely wines coming from this area – especially 2004 and 2005s.
    Andrew

  • http://www.eatinghk.blogspot.com Andrew

    Hi Gary
    Just looking through a few episodes I missed. I’m glad you liked the Innocent Bystander. First let me say that Victoria is where it’s at for Australian wines and especially the Yarra Valley were this comes from.
    I visited the brand new winery / cellar-door / restaurant when I was back in Australia on holidays a few weeks ago. Innocent Bystander is the second label of a mob called Giant Steps who make some pretty good wines. They have some excellent Chardonnayâ??s that I think you may like, quite subtle and not your over-the-top, obnoxious, ‘sunshine in a glass’ cheap rubbish (the stuff that gives Australian a bad name). You need to checkout as many Yarra Valley Pinots, Cabernets and Chardonnays as you can, I’m not sure what makes it to the states, but there’s some lovely wines coming from this area – especially 2004 and 2005s.
    Andrew

  • Dessert Wine Nerd

    Nice intro from Lars. Got to give some credit where its due. Get Lars to do some more intros and send him some schawag!!! QOTD: Ive been thinking for a while and I cant come up with anything!! Arrgghhhhh!!!!….. Got it! My friends from India. Twins, but totally different. One wears glasses and the other doesnt, one has a shorter temper than the other, but still two great people.

  • Dessert Wine Nerd

    Nice intro from Lars. Got to give some credit where its due. Get Lars to do some more intros and send him some schawag!!! QOTD: Ive been thinking for a while and I cant come up with anything!! Arrgghhhhh!!!!….. Got it! My friends from India. Twins, but totally different. One wears glasses and the other doesnt, one has a shorter temper than the other, but still two great people.

  • John_Kenneth_J

    qotd: 2 wines from the same producer but diff vintages, one great, one not so much

  • corkscrew

    Have had both wines, very good. http://www.winelx.com

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