The Top 100: The quintessential Australian wine leads our list of the year's most exciting new releases

Issue: December 31, 1995

December 31, 1995 The Top 100 The quintessential Australian wine leads our list of the year's most exciting new releases By James Suckling Poor France. You might get the idea that Wine Spectator editors have something against the country's classic wine-producing regions after looking at this year's list of our Top 100 wines--no Bordeaux, a few Burgundies and only a smattering from Champagne and Alsace.

For the full article, check out the new issue of Wine Spectator, on newsstands December 31, 1995.

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