Quaff 2011: The Best Wines in Australia Under $15

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Hardie Grant Publishing, 2010 - Wine and wine making - 273 pages
So many wines, so many labels, so much choice and so little time. Which wines to buy? Which ones offer the best value? Do you have to spend a fortune to get something half drinkable? Don't panic u help has arrived. Quaff 2011 tells you all you need to know about buying the best value-for-money wines and tracking down fantastic bargains. Inside you'll find tasting notes for more than 350 standout wines at good prices, including: Sparkling wines White wines Pink wines Red wines Sweet wines Fortified wines Quaff 2011 also lets you in on more than 100 great-value wines at a slightly higher price, mouthwatering good value imported wines, cask wines that are well worth buying, plus a one-stop list of the top 20 quaffing wines of 2010. You can also receive free weekly reviews of top value wines at www.quaff.com.au.
 

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Contents

The Top 20 quaffing wines
4
20102005
12
Pink casks
27
Sparkling white wines
35
Chardonnay
48
Sauvignon blanc
64
Semillon sauvignon blanc blends
83
1
102
Sweet wines
161
2
166
Imported sparkling
178
15
186
Pink wines over 15
196
Stickies over 15
211
31
216
Recommended retailers
236

Cabernet sauvignon
104
Shiraz
117
Other red varietals
132
Shiraz cabernet blends
147
35
237
Wine clubs and online retailers
252
38
262
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About the author (2010)

Beagle fancier Peter Forrestal is one of Australia's leading wine writers, and is the wine columnist for The Bulletin and Perth's Sunday Times. He is never more comfortable tasting than with his trusty Fling sniffing by his side.

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