Chardonnay is the “unsung hero” of Australia’s Mornington Peninsula, according to Stonier’s chief winemaker.
The notoriously cool and wet 2011 vintage in south Australia accelerated a move towards leaner wine styles and reminded the world that not all the country’s harvests are the same.
Burgundy appreciation is clearly evident among Australia’s winemakers, and among those producing Pinot Noir, it’s an obsession.
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