Soliciting Flavours

Musings (more like rambling thoughts) of a Cardiff based lawyer obsessed with food and wine

Category Archives: Australia

A grape that’s one in a Semillion? Tasting of Semillion wines at the Jeroboam Club, Bristol.

Been a while since I have done a blog post on a wine tasting, with the last one being way back in March on the seriously good wines of the … Continue reading

Oct 13, 2019 · 4 Comments

Water’s the name, wine and so much more is the game – Uisce by Heaneys, Pontcanna, Cardiff. UPDATED: July 2019

Uisce (pronounced Ish-ka) is the new venture from Tommy Heaney, badged as a wine and coffee bar. As Uisce means water in Gaelic and it being a wine bar (a … Continue reading

May 26, 2019 · Leave a comment

Coming up rosés? Rosé wine review

With Summer having official started as of the beginning of June – cue the Sun disappearing and the rain so missing in the Spring returning with avengeance – Mrs.SF and … Continue reading

Jun 11, 2017 · Leave a comment

Something old, something new but definitely nothing blue – Rieslings from the old and new world

Riesling has to be one of my favourite, if not my favourite, white wine grape. Wines made from this grape range from the voluptuously sweet to the steely dry, as … Continue reading

Jul 5, 2015 · Leave a comment

Big bold wines to calm the rugby nerves – shiraz and syrah from Aldi

It has been a while since I have done a post on wine, but a nerve wracking evening watching a cracking game of rugby between England and Wales to kick … Continue reading

Feb 8, 2015 · 1 Comment