Gargett, Ken
August 2007
Australian Gourmet Traveller WINE;Aug/Sep2007, Vol. 7 Issue 4, p68
The article presents information on several wine retailers in Australia and New Zealand, and their pick of the top wines they stock. The Boccaccio Cellars in Melbourne, established in 1963 by the D'Anna family, is biased towards Italian and Spanish wines. The East End Cellars in Adelaide has about 3500 wines available and holds tastings every Friday. Pinot, Chablis and Cabernet are amongst the best-selling wines at the store.


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