A Wine Lover's Weekly Guide To $10 Wines - A Southeast Australia Rose
We have plans to review several fine Australian wines to accompany our columns on fine French, Italian, and German wines. This is our second review of an inexpensive Australian wine (the first was a Shiraz tasted early in this series.) When you think of red Australian wines you most likely think of hefty products, not roses. But don't jump to conclusions or you may miss out on some really good wines.
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