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With a superb understanding of great wines and a worldly palate, winemaker Fraser Mc Kinley is penning a contemporary script of Barossa Valley wine while working with ancient vines.
Among the most compelling Australian wines made today, these wines are absolutely exceptional. The Yarra Valley makes a strong showing in the chardonnay ranks again this year with producers such as Oakridge and Giant Steps, as each of these winemakers continues to deliver diamond-like luster and clarity.
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As you go through the list, you’ll find that storied provenance and terroir loom large in this year’s Top 100 Australian Wines of 2017.
Australia’s ultimate single-vineyard wine, Henschke Shiraz Eden Valley Hill of Grace Vineyard 2012, is the Australian Wine of the Year 2017.
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It has also been suggested that the vegetational changes that occurred on the mainland were a consequence, rather than a cause, of the elimination of the megafauna.However, there are also a number of cabernet-based reds this year from the region, and most notably, the exceptional Mount Mary Yarra Valley Quintet 2015 (No. As the custodian of his grandfather’s vineyard, David Middleton’s dedication to the late Dr.