Brokenwood Wines Media Reviews include:
Hunter Valley Region Media Review includes:
The World’s Three Greatest Underrated Wines 2015 Edition - Hunter Valley Semillon by Matt Kramer, 21 July 2015
MyWineBarr, is proud to provide the Hong Kong people premium Wagyu from Jacks Creek in Australia. Jack’s Creek has led the field as one of the first Australian companies to breed, grow, feed, process and market Wagyu beef.
Jack’s Creek Wagyu beef is derived from cross bred Wagyu cattle. Our Wagyu are bred and grown in the prime agricultural areas of the Liverpool Plains in Northern New South Wales and the Darling Downs in South East Queensland. All of our cattle are raised free range for the first part of their lives in a natural clean environment, grazing on the abundance of natural grasses in Eastern Australia.
Our Wagyu are grain fed for 400-450 days using no added hormones on a specially designed diet of feed grains to generate the highly marbled characteristics of Wagyu beef.
Our Jack’s Creek grading system offers all marble scores from 3 to 9+ to suit your application. Aged to perfection, Jack’s Creek Wagyu beef provides a distinctive eating experience which is full of flavour with every bite.
Jack’s Creek Wagyu Beef:
To celebrate Fathers Day in Hong Kong, I will be giving 30% off to any wine purchase over $1,888HKD. Which will include free delivery, simply enter the discount code "HFD15" when purchasing. The promotion will finish on the 26th of June 2015. We also now accept Bank Transfer, COD and Cheque, just select Alternate Method of payment at the Checkout. Enjoy!!!
Hi all Cullinonians,
Thanks you so much for a great weekend of friendship and socialising. I wish I had done this 3 years ago instead just now, wh.en I learned that some of you are returning to your countries of origin. Regardless, thanks for the support and making my first event worthwhile. Until the next episode...This Saturday Night :-)
All new Graveyard 2013 is now available for purchase in Hong Kong.
Forty-five year old vines. All French oak. This release streets the
field. Some wines, even medium-bodied wines, just show us all
how it’s done. Completely, cleanly, a whisper of nonchalance to the
overt authority. The fold of tannin here does it but the fruit is
velvety and sure, the complexity unforced; natural. It shows
brilliant length, all components contributing. Licorice, five spice,
cherry, mineral and slips of smoky oak. Ever so elegant, and ever
so balanced. Completely immaculate.