The definitive guide to Australian Wines
The story remains the same as last year: just as the quality of Australian sparkling wines continues to become much better, the strong dollar, direct or parallel importing of champagnes, and massive discounts of champagne prices, has eroded or extinguished the difference in price between the two categories that should theoretically exist. Nonetheless, these wines fully deserve their place in the Top 100.
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Bay of Fires
Chardonnay Pinot Noir
Pipers Brook Vineyard
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