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


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?

3:50 AM  
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?

4:58 AM  
Anonymous home mold test said...

Warning...Warning.. Safety Tip of the WEEK...If you are having problems with colds and sickness in your home and you live in a moist wet ares of the country. Then you might want a home mold test .. If you see black dust looking stuff on your walls or around your bathtub,shower or sink then you probaly have a mold problem and need to get a home mold test . Dont panic and think you need to get a home mold test right away. You can use bleach to clean it up with some paper tools and then dispose of the towels a trash bag. If you need some more info visit http://moldinfo4u.com .. I hope you have a safe and sickness free home...

6:50 PM  

Post a Comment

<< Home