Wine Spectator senior editor Harvey Steiman says not to be surprised if your favorite local sommelier suggests an Australian Pinot Noir, or maybe a nice glass of down under Sauvignon Blanc. The country’s wines other than Shiraz and Chardonnay apparently are making quite the impression in a series of six intensive immersion programs designed to “explore the less well-known corners of Australia’s viticultural landscape.”
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