Charles Gent

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It’s Time for Touriga

Right, let’s get this straight from the outset — Touriga Nacional is neither a cycling race nor an all-terrain vehicle: it is, by general acclaim, the premier r…

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Howard’s Rosé Rides Again

Tom Northcott was still uncombined DNA when Len Evans, in his self-appointed role as bombastic purveyor of advice to Australia’s neophyte wine-drinkers, was ber…

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The slow Grenache movement

Before he gets down to pruning, you could be forgiven for thinking that Marco Cirillo owns a sculpture park rather than a vineyard. Bereft of leaves, his ancien…

Reds put a seal on the Wicks success

Tim Wicks is unlikely to forget how he makes his living – with his home slap bang in the middle of a hundred acres of Wicks Estate vineyards, his view on all si…

Lofty Valley Wine

Brian Gilbert is a throwback to a grand old Australian tradition that stretches back to the mid-19th century – think Penfold, Lindeman, Angove and Kelly – of th…

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