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Exemplary in Preserving What the Barossa Brings Forth

Tiny Single Vineyard Central Barossa Valley

Perfectly Captures the Climate at this Place

Comparing Burgundy and Claret
Attributed to: Broadbent, Michael king of wines
Source: Christies Wine Review 1976
Contributed by: Anon

"Fine claret attracts the enquiring mind, the collector, the fancier and critic of names and vintages, the price-conscious intellectual. Burgundy, at its best a wine of richness, even opulence, of fragrance and nobility, appeals more directly to the senses. It is a wine for those who enjoy living rather than those who prefer to keep life at arm's length. It is a wine which, above all, appeals to the heart."

Broadbent explaining the difference between two great wine regions and partly between two grape types


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