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Thailand 1   My post-Bordeaux 2000 treat was a trip to southern Thailand to meet up with our eldest on her gap-year travels ('do have a little air-conditioning, darling, and a choice of clean...

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American wine writer Dan Berger gave this year’s Wine Press Club of New South Wales Annual Lecture (below) in Sydney on Wednesday entitled “The Quality or the Critter? Australian...

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Bruno Vorburger, Cham, Switzerland:   I have some questions about my favourite grape Shiraz/ Syrah:  I noticed that the more recent Shiraz wines you find in Australia...

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Alasdair Adam, Falkirk: I spent an hour this afternoon in my cellar (well, it’s under the house and constant-ish though awkward to get into) and refreshed my memory of all I...

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William Strong, Norfolk:   Your Bordeaux vintages to drink in 2006 was much appreciated as the majority of my modest wine collection consists of red bordeaux and...

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Roger Jones, Harrow Inn: Thanks for the tip on the Kanta Riesling 2005 . I will look out for it. Is Steve Pannell related to Bill and Sandra, the founders of Moss Wood now at Picardy in...

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James North, Australia: When Mark Wickman says that Robert Parker has "created a pariah of one of Australia's iconic wines, causing massive controversy amongst wine oenophiles around...

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I thought you might be interested in these views just in on the immediate effects of Robert M Parker Jr’s latest scores on the burgeoning wine investment market in Australia from Mark Wickman...

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After a hiatus following the departure of long-term winemaker John Durham  from Cape Mentelle , the LVMH subsidiary will take on Rob Mann as head winemaker from early December. This nicely...

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We used to think Margaret River, the jewel in Western Australia’s wine crown, was a sleepy little backwater but it’s currently looking more like an employment exchange. Evans & Tate ,...

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Australia’s fine wine auctioneers Langton’s, run by Andrew Caillard MW and the brainchild of Stewart Langton of Melbourne, has just published its fourth Classification of Australian Wine...

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As outlined in Barossa Valley – growers turn winemakers in wine news, the Barossa is one of Australia’s most distinctive wine regions. Technically Barossa is made up of the Barossa Valley...

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A drive round the Barossa Valley in South Australia with veteran winemaker Colin Glaetzer last February made an indelible impression of this extraordinarily distinctive wine region currently in...

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Every year the excellent wine faculties of Adelaide/Roseworthy, Charles Sturt/Wagga Wagga and several other Australian universities churn out scores of freshly-qualified winemakers, wine marketers...

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Here’s the background to the fascinating tasting reported in tasting notes as RSVP – Australian v the Rest of the World . See also a previous brief report Jaboulet and Trimbach trounced by...

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