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Analysen zu exklusiven Weinen aus Australien – Weinregionen und Winzer

August 15, 2010
von Michael Brecht
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Australischer Pinot Noir von der cool climate Mornington Peninsula

Pinot Noir ist für mich der vielleicht edelste Rotwein – und Australien schickt sich an, hier den originalen Burgundern aus Frankreich den Rang abzulaufen. Weiterlesen

März 16, 2009
von Michael Brecht
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And the winner is: Lerida Estate 2008 Pinot Gris from the Canberra Region

The decision for the winner was a hard one as both the Kirrihill as well as the Lerida Estate showed wonderful details of fruityness. Weiterlesen

Februar 14, 2009
von Michael Brecht
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Pinot Gris or Grigio – a real Shooting Star here in Australia and New Zealand

Pinot GRis or Grigio, the grape with its french and italian background moves strongly downunder. In 2003 a mere 329 hectares of Pinot Gris were planted in Australia representing 0.5% of all white grapes planted here. This number has changed substantially with 2,469 hectares (following 2008 Directory) planted as Pinot Gris – an increase of 650% since 2003, representing 3.4% of all white varieties planted in Australia. Weiterlesen