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Category Archives: Wine Philosophy

Watching Biodynamics in Action at Cullen Wines: My weekend in the Margaret River

When I arrived at Cullen Wines, production manager/winemaker Trevor Kent suggested that we first take a look at the vineyards. His excitement in showing off the rich moist soil of the vineyard beds was palpable. Passionate about the benefits of …

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Château Latour: The Epitome of Great Bordeaux

This Thursday evening I’m attending a very special tasting of classic Bordeaux wines at Wine Vault in Artarmon. Sponsored by Bordeaux Shippers, our host for the evening is The Wine Front’s Gary Walsh. Thursday’s session is sold out, but I …

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Jasper Hill Vineyard: A Pioneer in Organic and Biodynamic Winemaking

Jasper Hill Vineyard in Heathcote Victoria was one of the earliest Australian wineries to practice organic and then biodynamic agriculture. The vineyards, first planted in 1975 on unusually deep red-coloured gravelly loams derived from the rare, Cambrian age basaltic rock, …

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