Fine Australian Chardonnays rated blind
18 Apr 2012 by Jancis Robinson
See also Australia's love-hate relationships . Chardonnay is arguably the varietal that Australia is best at currently. At least, to palates raised on wines produced outside Australia, particularly European wines, I would submit that the best Australian Chardonnays most obviously and usefully fill a gap, notably the gap left by the as yet unsolved problem of premature oxidation in white burgundies . We have already alerted Purple Pagers to the dramatic upgrade and refinement of wines made from Australia's most planted white wine grape. As long ago as 2007 we published a collect of reviews of wines tasted at Purple Pager...

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