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Tag Archives: The Wine Spectator

Elderton Command Shiraz: A Classic Example of a Single Vineyard Expression

When a fine winemaker decides to designate a wine as ‘single vineyard,’ the vineyard typically has at least one attribute that makes it truly exceptional. For Elderton Winery in the Barossa Valley, an eight acre parcel of shiraz, planted in …

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Aussie Wine Icons: Clarendon Hills Astralis Syrah

You don’t usually hear “big” and “graceful” in the same sentence when reading a review of a McLaren Vale shiraz, but here’s the Wine Spectator’s opinion of the 2006 Clarendon Hills Astralis Syrah: A big wine, but amazingly supple, graceful …

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Château Pape Clément: Creating Wine of First-Growth Quality!

One man who is considered just as influential in Bordeaux as the legendary American wine critic Robert Parker is the oenologist Michel Rolland. Rolland is a consultant oenologist to hundred of wineries in the Bordeaux and around the world. He …

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