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Buckeley's Cabernet/Shiraz 1998

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    Buckeley's, Australia
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    Buckeley's is one of Australia's newer wineries. But it's already made a strong impression on American wine drinkers. That's because Buckeley's wines invariably display fresh, vibrant fruit character and are always true to the grape variety. The goal at Buckeley's is to provide affordable, consistently high quality wines year in, year out. To achieve that goal, we actively work with Rob Dundon, Buckeley's winemaker, to create balanced, accessible wines that have richness and depth without being heavy or over-oaked.

    Rob Dundon brings more than 25 years of winemaking experience to Buckeley's. During his distinguished career, Rob has accumulated over 1,000 medals for his wines. Some 15 years ago, Rob left the world of "corporate" winemaking to create his own vision of what a winery could be. He then bought the historic Horndale Winery outside Adelaide and installed state-of-the-art winemaking equipment, paying careful attention to retaining the character of the original winery. The Buckeley's brand was created in 1997. It's named after an Australian folk hero, William Buckeley, who renounced western ways and lived for more than three decades on whatever the land had to offer.

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