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    2004 St. Hallett Semillon, Barossa Valley, Australia I'll tell you right off the bat that if you live in the United States, you can't buy this wine. It's currently not imported. Those of you who live in Europe or Asia may be able to get your hands on it, but not much leaves Australia. What is the point, you may ask, of reviewing a wine that most will not be able to buy? Firstly, the wine is delicious, and worthy of a review on its own merits alone. But more importantly, the wine represents...

    St Hallett Barossa, wine of Australia. Semillon Sauvignon Blanc Poachers blend

    St Hallett Faith Shiraz - Spicy and Juicy. Seriously, it's really juicy and really spicy. 100% Shiraz from the Barossa. www.reversewinesn...

    Australian Wine - An interesting one from the Taylor family ... To read a review, please visit www.winemuse.com.au Source: Taylors Wine Estate

    We made this wine using only the free run juice which was cool fermented in stainless steel vats until dry. A delightful growing season has resulted in an excellent vintage producing a Riesling with cleansing natural acidity balanced with lively fruit sweetness on the palate. The nose is perfumed with aromas of citrus florals and tropical fruit with lemon, lime and stone fruit flavours on the palate. These are typical attributes of premium Clare Valley Riesling.

    2011 Kilikanoon Clare Valley Mort's Reserve Watervale Riesling The classic, fine-spun purity of the finest Clare 2011 rieslings is captivating. This is a wine that effortlessly traverses the tightrope of concentration and structure, with both fruit impact and razor-edged acidity. 94 $35 Tyson Stelzer (WINE100 March 2012)

    2009 Schild Estate Shiraz

    2011 Pikes Clare Valley The Merle Riesling After thirty vintages in Clare, this was the first in which Neil Pike didn't add acid, thanks to the cool, natural structure of the season. Intense pepper, kaffir lime and granny smith apple. 95 $38 Tyson Stelzer (WINE100 March 2012)

    2011 Annie's Lane Clare Valley Rosé. The 2011 vintage has made for a particularly elegant Annie, tinged with pomegranate, raspberry, watermelon and a tangy pink grapefruit finish. 90 points. RRP $21. Tyson Stelzer