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Tasting Highlights: Australia's Clarendon Hills

These 12 reds offer excellent quality—but at surprisingly high prices
Harvey Steiman
Posted: January 28, 2005


Clarendon Hills makes some of Australia's most distinctive reds. Few can match owner-winemaker Roman Bratasiuk's touch with Grenache, and his Shiraz can compete at the A-grade level. The 2003 vintage ranks among his best, but there's a catch.

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