An aromatic Antipodean pot pourri
2 Aug 2012 by Jancis Robinson
Australia and New Zealand with their high level of winemaking technology and expertise are useful sources of very clean aromatic wines, both red and white - probably helped in many cases by their fruit-preserving screwcap (see our very lively Closures thread on this topic in the forum). Below is a collection of fairly recently tasted examples, with no common thread other than that they are aromatic and of interest in some way. There's one wine sent from the bushfire-affected Yarra Valley 2009 vintage (see also Chardonnays and Pinots from the bushfire year and look at the bushfires tag), just the start of a series of wines I...

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