Two weeks ago winemaker Rollo Crittenden of Crittenden Estate in Victoria went to the eastern French region of Jura for the first time – all because of a mistake in labelling vine cuttings sent to Australia.
Students of architecture might traditionally consider a pilgrimage to Florence, Dubai, Miami or Tokyo to study the best examples of their craft. Very few would think about visiting a vineyard - but if they did, it would almost certainly be Rioja,...
For the uninitiated, "plonk" refers to poor-quality wine. The term is used by Brits and Aussies specifically for wine - I've not been able to find a word for poor-quality beer (maybe these worthies think that any beer is good beer!); poor-quality
Hailing from a long line of Italian winemakers, Lorenzo Zonin is the owner and winemaker at Podere San Cristoforo in Tuscany. He also finds time to be the Wine Ambassador for his family company, Zonin 1821, which boasts wineries across Italy, from Castello d’Albola in Chianti to Masseria Altemura in Puglia.
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