November 15th, 1999 An Australian Classic Since 1974, Leeuwin Estate has paved the way for age-worthy Chardonnay By Harvey Steiman Leeuwin Estate was making rich, elegant, distinctive and age-worthy Chardonnays from its own estate-grown grapes in the 1980s, while the rest of Australia had a reputation for making simple, fruity, easy-drinking wines from that grape.
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