My Vinodiversity website is where I describe Australian wines made from alternative grape varieties. This is a rapidly evolving field and I will post images…
Three tuscan red wine varieties
This wine is labeled as Sangiovese but it includes a little extra. the composition is actuall Sangiovese (94%), Canaiolo Nero, Mammolo, Colorino (6%) Three rare red wine grape varieties in tuscany, even rarer in Australia (scheduled via http://www.tailwindapp.com?utm_source=pinterest&utm_medium=twpin&utm_content=post120352271&utm_campaign=scheduler_attribution)
Five Italian red wine varieties
Nero d'Avola Grapes. One of the treasures of #Sicily. Makes delicious deeply coloured, flavoursome light bodied #redwine. Now used in Australia. See Vinodiversity.com for Aussie #wineries
Gamay wine in Australia
Sorrenberg Gamay is widely regarded as the best example of this variety in Australia. More and more vineyards are planting Gamay especially in the cooler regions such as The Adelaide Hills and Tasmania. The only thing is that it is amazing that winemakers and consumers in Australia have taken so long to realise just how good this variety is.