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  • Jancis Robinson
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  • Jancis Robinson
14 Aug 2002

I firmly believe that south west Australia is one of the world's relatively few places where Cabernet Sauvignon can make seriously great wine - along with selected sites in Napa, Sonoma, Columbia Valley, Bolgheri, maybe Maipo, and the MeAdoc and Graves of course. Where have I missed…