In this, our final episode of 2008, we look back at our favourite dozen wines from the past year, and you could win one of two complete sets of the Best Dozen of ’08!
As always our criteria was to pick our favourite bottles based both on the quality of the wine and value for money. It would have been simple to pick the 12 most expensive wines but we think that there are some absolutely brilliant bargains out there. If a wine is a brilliant drop and is awesome value for money it ranks pretty high with us.
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The Best Dozen of ’08 are (in no particular order):
- Clover Hill vintage 2003 ($32-38)
- Leo Buring Clare Valley riesling 2008 ($15-18)
- Wolf Blass White Label riesling 2002 ($38-40)
- Charles Melton Rose of Virginia 2008 ($16-22)
- De Bortoli Windy Peak pinot noir 2007 ($9-15)
- Mike Press cabernet sauvignon 2006 ($10-14)
- Charles Sturt University chardonnay 2007 ($13-15)
- Hardys Oomoo McLaren Vale shiraz 2006 ($12-15)
- Penfolds St. Henri shiraz 2004 ($70-90)
- Yalumba The Menzies 2004 ($40-45)
- Pirathon by Kalleske shiraz 2006 ($20-24)
- St. Hallett Blackwell shiraz 2006 ($30-35)