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Category Archives: Australian Shiraz

Clonakilla Syrah 2013: “As good a Murrumbateman Shiraz as we have ever made”

If you’ve ever wondered what NSW wine regions like the Canberra District and Burgundy have in common, you don’t have to look much further than vintage variation. Both regions are subjected to notoriously fickle weather. The wild swings in weather …

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The delights of drinking aged Penfolds Grange

Over the past couple of months I’ve had the good fortune to try two bottles of aged Penfolds Grange, the 2003 and the 1982. Both were opened (as they should be!) to celebrate two very special occasions – first a …

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Yalumba The Octavius Old Vine Shiraz – The Wine You Choose to Impress your Guests!

In a recent review of Yalumba’s The Octavius Old Vine Shiraz 2008, The Wine Front’s Campbell Mattinson referred to it as “one of a select group of Ultimate Business Lunch Wines. When Barossa Shiraz is all that is called for, and …

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