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The Coming of Age of Rosé Champagne: Vintage Cellars Double Bay Champagne Gala 2012

Wine critics’ opinions of rosé Champagne vary widely. Last year Jancis Robinson MW made the following comment: “My tastings suggest that a huge proportion of rosé champagne is a fairly cynical product that does not have any special positive attributes …

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Cool Climate Chardonnay: 3 Great Examples from Australia and New Zealand

If you’re still in the ‘anything but chardonnay’ camp, a look at a few very fine examples of the new style of cool climate chardonnay from Australia and New Zealand are likely to change your mind! As winemaker Andrew Pirie …

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Cape Mentelle Cabernet Sauvigon: Taking Margaret River Cabernet in a New Direction

In the June/July 2011 edition of Australian Gourmet Traveller Wine, wine critic Nick Bulleid MW offered the following summary of the general style of Margaret River cabernet sauvignon: Stylistically I see Margaret River cabernet at its best as intensely varietal, …

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