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Australia’s 2016 Hunter Valley | Weirdest Vintage with Winners and Losers
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Australia’s 2016 Hunter Valley | Weirdest Vintage with Winners and Losers

Hands-on: Shiraz grapes harvested by Tyrrell’s this year. thumbnail courtesy of theherald.com.au

He was confident Tyrrell’s would produce 2016 Vat 8s and Vat 9s. McWilliam’s Group chief winemaker Jim Chatto suffered a “terrible start” to the 2016 Mount Pleasant vintage with hail storms ravaging the fine Rosehill vineyard in Broke Road The 2016 Hunter vintage had some winners and some losers

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http://www.afr.com/lifestyle/food-and-wine/hunter-on-target-australias-oldest-wine-region-celebrates-new-successes-20150930-gjy5xcHunter on target: Australia’s oldest wine region celebrates new successes – The Australian Financial Review 2015 Hunter Valley Wine Show Judging at Singleton Army Base. Peter Stoop. by Marguerite Winter. The takeout news from this year’s Hunter Valley Wine Show is that 2014 was a cracker year for shiraz, and the region’s chardonnay is finally nudging its …

 

http://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/australia-food-blog/2015/jun/17/the-hunter-valley-wine-regions-cellar-doors-eight-of-the-bestThe Hunter Valley wine region’s cellar doors: eight of the best – The Guardian (blog) Some of the vines here are well over 100 years old and were once tended by Australia’s own legendary winemaker, Maurice O’Shea. The cellar door staff are passionate, knowledgeable and respectful of this place’s history, … The Oakvale label has been …

 

 

 

 

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