The 2022 James Halliday Wine Companion is now out. LAS Vino received some great results from one of Australia's top wine writers Erink Larkin: The L.A.S. Vino wines were listed in : *Australia's top rated rose -The L.A.S. Vino Albino PNO *Australia's top rated alternative whites - The L.A.S. Vino CBDB The L.A.S. Vino Albino PNO from Margaret River listed in Australia's top rose's The L.A.S. Vino CBDB (Chenin Blanc Dynamic Blend) listed as one of Australia's top chenin blanc.
When we show people the vineyard and winery, we often get asked ‘What’s the most important part of the winemaking process? Individually berry sorting the cabernet at L.A.S. Vino The truth is, there isn’t one particular thing you can do in the winery to create great wine. There are only thousands of small things. Small things that in isolation seem irrelevant and time consuming. But when combined, it’s this attention to detail that makes all the difference. They are also the s
At first we were drawn to the idea of natural wine. In an industry as old as wine, there are a lot of rules of what wine has to be, how certain varieties have to taste and what a wine should look like. It’s incredibly constricting. In the early days somm’s would tell us not to touch chenin blanc because drinkers wouldn’t be interested. Winemakers would laugh when we talked about using Touriga nacional. ‘Just stick to Cabernet mate, it’s tried and true’ Initially natural wine