About

My name is Lincoln Scott, and welcome to the Brisbane Book Club. Joining me are Andrew and Michel.

After a few years of writing notes on other peoples’ websites we have decided to do our own. Luckily, the cost isn’t exorbitant and modern web authoring software makes it pretty easy to do it yourself. So, over the coming days and months, and hopefully years, we will post our impressions of wines that we think are noteworthy in some way. They could be simply an excellent wine (eg a Rousseau Chambertin), or a well known label (eg. a Wynns Cabernet), or a wine that is plain awful and should be avoided. For the most part, these will be wines we have purchased ourselves, or have shared through the generosity of a friend. We will also sometimes review a sample from a retailer or a winery; this will be plainly stated. We enjoy wines both red and white wines from many differing wine regions, so there should something to interest everyone.

We hope you enjoy the site. we can be contacted using the following email addresses: lincoln (at) brisbane-book-club.com, replacing the (at) with the symbol ‘@’, and similarly for “andrew” and “michel”.

5 Responses to About

  1. Matthew says:

    Dearest Lincoln, would be able to review the “2008 Virginia Vineyard Shiraz Cabernet Merlot Unlabelled” from Primo if I provide a bottle?

    hugs and kisses

  2. Lincoln says:

    “hugs and kisses”???? I will review the wine if you send me a bottle! 🙂

  3. Mark Wickman says:

    Hey chaps !! Stumbled across this website and think I recognise a few names here. I didnt realise you guys were publishing your own blog now ! Looking good ! I will check it out on a regular basis now I know its here.

    Cheers
    Mark Wickman

  4. Wizz says:

    Hi Mark, yes we three are still kicking about and posting here from time to time. I also post at http://www.vinoculation.com sometimes too,

    good to see you here,
    Andrew

  5. Hey guys. Great musings, I’m surprised it’s taken me so long to find you. A question – do you have a view on the most authoritative text/book on cellaring wine? I have a few in my library, but would be interested in knowing your thoughts on the matter…

    Cheers
    Tim

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