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TO SOME, it’s an intrusion on an otherwise excellent Australian Shiraz.

To others, it speaks of the terroir, of the bush and the land and is a character intrinsically associated with some Australian red wines.

Eucalyptus aroma and flavour – variously described as mint or menthol – in Aussie reds is a divisive presence, a force for good or bad depending which side of the fence you choose to sit.

Blue Pyrenees Estate chief winemaker, Andrew

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