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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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Can you guess how many Australian wines have been awarded 100 ‘Parker Points’?

Wine Scores: What they’re all About? Before I reveal the magic number, a few observations about wine scores. British wine critic Jancis Robinson MW, who uses a 20 point scale, has commented that she’s “not a great fan of the …

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Bindi Block 5 Pinot Noir: A Profound Expression of a Very Special Terroir

In his review of the Bindi Block 5 Pinot Noir 2010 The Wine Front’s Mike Bennie sets the scene: “One of those holy grail sites in the Australian wine landscape – half of one hectare, quartz riddled, sits the right …

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