April 15, 1994 Behind The Great Values Rosemount An Undervalued Grape And Economies of Scale By Huon Hooke Rosemount Estate is perhaps best known in Australia for its heady, unctuous Chardonnays. But its South Eastern Australian Shiraz, with a striking diamond label, is arguably its most consistent, good-value wine.
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