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Bought by accident - on the list for the future!

AdvantagesWonderful fresh flavour

DisadvantagesDearer than my normal red wine choice

"...all will be revealed ........ About Brown Brothers? ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Brown Brothers was founded by a John Francis Brown, in Australia, who initially had no experience in winemaking. John Francis was very ambitious and after successfully managing his first 10 acres of vineyard in the late 1800s was keen to plant more. There was a theory that the future of exporting wine was unlimited so in 1890 the Austrailian Government offered £2 an acre ..." Read review
21.01.2007

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Tantalise the Taste Buds with Tarrango

AdvantagesRefreshingly light and fruity

DisadvantagesToo easy to drink

"...the vision of John Francis Brown whose father, a Scottish immigrant, purchased part of the land which the vineyards now occupy in 1857. The first vines were planted on a ten acre plot in 1885 and the first customers, local Italian tobacco workers. The operation, based in the Victoria area of southeast Australia, has subsequently gone from strength to strength, having survived many vicissitudes, and is now run by members of the third and fourth ..." Read review
05.06.2007

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Cunny_13

The Red wine that Can be Treated Like a White

AdvantagesVery Easy Drinking .

DisadvantagesNone

"...really like the wines That Brown Brothers Produce.They are usually priced at a fiver and up .I bought this when it was on offer at my local Booths Supermarket when it was reduced by 2 Quid. It is an easy drinking type red without any harsh tannin flavours and it is a red I would recommend to someone who doesn't usually drink/like red wine yes it is that easy to drink. It is a Pale red colour and has a fresh cherry type taste although it is 12.5% ..." Read review
20.02.2008

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culminates

Brown Brothers Tarrango

AdvantagesEasy and light to drink

DisadvantagesMaybe too light-bodied for those who like a gutsy wine

"I think suesie and laramax have probably pretty much covered a lot of the factual stuff about this wine, with an impressive amount of research into the bargain! I just wanted to include my views on this wine, especially as it is a little bit special to me, being one of my late grandad's favourite wines. I first came across this wine because of a little challenge presented to me by a friend - to find her a red wine to drink that didn't cause her ..." Read review
30.06.2007

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butterbean78

Scrummy yummy chilled red wine

AdvantagesA red wine with a difference

DisadvantagesNone!

"Brown Brothers 'Tarrango' is one of my favourite red wines. It is an exceptionally light and drinkable wine (so no need for food- quaff it on its own!) and it really is delicious when lightly chilled, which I do like in a red. Chilling a red wine often suppresses all the different flavours and undertones but chilling Tarrango seems to bring out its fruitiness. Tarrango has a soft, light taste without the heaviness of, say, a Merlot or a Cabernet Sauvignon. ..." Read review
11.05.2007

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