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Australian Chardonnay: New style creates excitement on the world stage!

In a recent article in Purple Pages, British wine critic Jancis Robinson stated that “Chardonnay is arguably the varietal that Australia is best at currently. At least, to palates raised on wines produced outside Australia, particularly European wines.” She notes …

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Billecart-Salmon Champagne: All about “Finesse, balance and elegance”

According to the Wine Advocate’s Antonio Galloni, Billecart-Salmon makes Champagnes that are all about “timeless elegance,” “crystalline purity” and “supreme balance.” “Finesse, balance and elegance” is in fact the tag line of Billecart-Salmon, an independent medium-sized Champagne house based in …

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Moss Wood Cabernet Sauvignon: A World Class Wine

In 2007 a bottle from the inaugural 1973 vintage of the Moss Wood Cabernet Sauvignon (only 250 cases were made) sold at Langton’s for a record $2,301! Perhaps not surprising for a wine that is widely considered the benchmark Margaret …

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