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23 September 2008



Freeman Rondinella Corvina 2003

($35; 14.5% alcohol; cork; 93 points)

Hugh Hamilton uses a black sheep as his logo; ex wine Prof Dr. Brian Freeman uses a golden marino walking against the flock. He’s near Young, in the NSW Hilltops region. Made by the Roman dried-fruit amarone technique, from Australia’s only plantings of the Veronese rondinella and corvina varieties, it’s a bitter cherry and ripe blackberry knockout; much better-balanced than most of our 14.5% shiraz. Mutton cassoulet.

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