This is a good time for consumers who know Australian wine well. The field is wide open for those who know how good the wines can be, and prices have eased somewhat. While that is happening more and more, most producers and importers are still tacking against an economic headwind. On the other hand, the blind resistance described in my magazine story to anything Australian seems to be easing. Two Australian producers, from Brothers in Arms and Kangarilla Road, sounded optimistic when they visited me in San Francisco recently.
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