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Tag Archives: Andrew Caillard MW

Bass Phillip Pinot Noir: “Pushing the boundaries of Australian Pinot Noir Greatness.”

In light of one of my earlier posts, Cellaring Australian Pinot Noir: How long do they last? I was interested to read that Bass Phillip’s proprietor Phillip Jones is most emphatic that good pinot noirs can last a very long …

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Reviews for Penfolds Grange 2007

Reviews for the Penfolds Grange 2007 are starting to trickle in. As you may recall, the 2006 Grange was a stellar vintage. Andrew Caillard MW of Langton’s gave the wine a perfect score of 100 points, rating the 2006 Grange …

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Aussie Wine Icons: Wild Duck Creek Estate Duck Muck

In The Australian Encyclopedia of Wine, James Halliday recounts a funny story about how the Wild Duck Creek Estate Duck Muck came into being. In 1994, a forgotten block of shiraz in David and Diana Anderson’s ‘original vineyard’, planted in …

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