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19 Aug 2009 by Julia Harding MW
This tasting was hard labour. Not because the wines weren’t good but because it was the third major tasting session of the day, all the wines were tasted blind and we had to answer a whole series of questions for each wine as well as trying to write a decent tasting note. And all in a limited time. The title of the session, 'Blending the rules' does not really convey what I understood to be Brian Croser's purpose in his selection of wines and the way the tasting was conducted, though some of the wines were blends! I'll try to explain. Croser clearly has enormous respect for pioneers of the Australian wine industry such as Maurice...

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