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Great Values: Australia

Big reds from down under
Harvey Steiman
Posted: June 7, 2002


Penfolds winemaker John Duval uses grapes from throughout South Australia for the Kalimna Bin 28. Values from Classic Regions Our editors pick exciting and affordable wines from around the world Red Bordeaux Margaux's overlooked appeal Napa and Sonoma Cabernet The experience factor Tuscany Italy's red wine juggernaut California Chardonnay Quality bonanza White Burgundy Chardonnay treasure hunt Red Burgundy Mission possible Spain Surverying an emerging country Riesling Terroir's true colors Piedmont Barbaresco's age-worthy Nebbiolos Collectors can spend $200 for a bottle of the latest vintage of a rare Australian Shiraz, such as Penfolds Grange and Henschke Hill of Grace, both magnificent wines that age for decades.

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