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Clare Valley
"Col"
post Jan 12 2001, 03:39 PM
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Don't forget Mount Horrocks. Most impressive.



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"Jono G"
post Jan 9 2001, 11:21 AM
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Try Eldredge winery. It is a bit off the beaten track, but well worth the visit. Their Watervale riesling, Blue Chip shiraz, and cabernet sauvignon are the stand outs. It is also a great place for lunch, but make a booking, when we visited it was packed.



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"Jonathan Lord"
post Jan 9 2001, 06:36 AM
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Give Pauletts and Pikes a go...great rieslings and pretty good reds.
Whilst i am at it - it would be a wasted trip if you did not visit Tim Adams, his Aberfeldy Shiraz is surely one of the finest in the country and his other wines are also top shelf!
Enjoy...



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"Byron Cooper"
post Jan 8 2001, 02:50 PM
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Ladies & Gents, thanks for your assistance on similar enquiries for other wine areas. Now work should take me back to Adelaide in the coming month, I plan to tack on a trip to the Clare. Plan to visit the obvious places (Grosset, Leasingham, Jim Barry, Mitchell etc- sadly Wendouree is a no go).
However I was wondering if you guys or gals had any hidden gems or unknowns?



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