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    History of the grape: The varietal dates back to the 1880s when horticulturalist Jacob Moore (hence the synonym “Moor...

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  • Sounds a bit like my US experienceSan Francisco twiceNapa twiceNew York onceBoston OnceCamden Maine onceLA oncePhoenix OnceSan Diego OnceHonolulu OnceEnjoyed them allWine experience aside NewYork was Amazing was there 15 months after 9/11 was very sobering that part Read More

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  • I know the Tyrells just looking for info and I think it may have been that 1st wine. Just can't remember...a long time ago.  Admittedly I loved the country.  Been to WA 3 times, Sidney/Melbourne areas twice and loved the it each time.  Coming back would be a dream come true for me.Maybe I'll order the them both and give and do a little compariso... Read More

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  • I think it is a rotary from memory - if it is size makes comparison difficultMazda's are almost like SHiraz overhere - you can find them everywhere Read More

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  • RCKRDon't know SilkmanWhich Tyrells? they have a few - admittedly they are the no 1 Semillon makers hereFreo in 76 would have almost been wild westYou need to get back to oz and cruise [by car] from Freo to Margaret River Read More

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  • http://tysonstelzer.com/articles/its-official-australia-loves-champagne/Incredible the Aussie take up of ChampagneSadly it is a case of the brand Power of the "Superbubbles" against the very good local productAlways an interesting debate around consumption of local v importGood Local NV is 18-25 with Mumm/Piper Heidsick/Lanson/Moet NV's 40-50 [A... Read More

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  • This is a total spam thread now. Read More

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  • I've posted this before, but what the hell - My epiphany wine was a '73 Hunter Valley Semillon.  Had it with Dhufish and oyster sauce in a little place in Freemantle in 1976.  It was an outstanding pairing that the owner recommended and he was dead on.  Taught me wine and food. Been in love with it ever since, but with where I live now it's a cr... Read More

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  • AS per Dmker's suggestionI have started a discsussion on this topicHunter Valley is the most famous place for SemillonThey are very long lived and interesting made with nil or almost nil Oak treatmentSadly depsite most people who trythem saying how good they are very few buy themRestauranteurs regard them as great food wines but struggle to sell... Read More

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  • To a certain extent. Mostly academic right now. Read More

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  • Last night was definitely wine with food. Was at the Greenbrier main dining room and rack of lamb jumped off the page. Found a Bourgueil on the BTG list, and it really was one of those great pairings that I'll remember, and one to add to Meursault/Lobster, and Red Burgundy/Duck.The 2012 Bourgueil was more on the elegant, finessed side, though no... Read More

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