Tuesday, February 15, 2005

Durif in a cold climate, well cool actually

John Vale, an innovative winemaker form Balnaring on the Mornington Peninsula has successfully established a planting of Durif. This variety is more commonly associated with warmer climes. After two vintages he is optimistic that the experiment is paying off.

Here is John Vale's article

3 Comments:

Anonymous Dave said...

Hi, I'd like to know where I can meet other people who enjoy wine, particularly french red wine. I've joined this site (french red wine) but where else can I meet other local devotees of french red wine?

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Anonymous Gazza said...

Hey there. Can I ask if you know of any sites like this one (south african red wine) where I can meet other people interested in wine, particularly south african red wine?
Cheers

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