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Category Archives: Australian Shiraz

Australian Wine Icons: Jim Barry Wines The Armagh Shiraz

South Australia’s Clare Valley is riesling country and, in fact, Jim Barry Wines is the largest producer of riesling in the Valley. But the success of the winery’s flagship shiraz, a single-vineyard offering called The Armagh, provides ample proof that …

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Top Critic Picks: $22 Shiraz from Moppity and Blue Poles

Coincidentally two of Australia’s top critics, Huon Hooke and the Wine Front’s Campbell Mattinson, both highlighted $22 shiraz wines as top picks in their posts this week. Mattinson put the spotlight on the boutique Margaret River winery Blue Poles when …

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Australian Wine Icons: Brokenwood Graveyard Vineyard Shiraz

Single vineyard wines have a special mystique. After all, top producers will release a single vineyard wine only because they believe the vineyard uniquely expresses the ‘terroir’; that is they are convinced that the site’s micro-climate, soil characteristics, exposure and …

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