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News posted on Friday, 22 February 2008
Palandri releases a new vintage to celebrate a new life
Palandri is pleased to announce the release of the 2005 Palandri Vita Novus Margaret River Cabernet Sauvignon, following in the footsteps of the successful 2004 vintage.
Australian wine dominates at Sydney International Wine Competition
Australian wines dominate the TOP 1OO winner’s circle of the 2008 Sydney International Wine Competition, challenging international critics who suggest that wines from Down Under are too big and bold to be consumed with food.
Granite Belt grapes go online
With vintage currently underway in the Queensland wine capital, growers can now sell their grapes online.
Phone book recognises Peter Lehmann
This year, Sensis is recognising local food and beverage heroes across the country on the covers of the 2008/2009 Yellow and White Pages directories, with Tanunda resident, Peter Lehmann featuring on the cover of this year’s Barossa Valley directory.
Chinese connection increases wine exports
A new Chinese wine education program could pave the way for increased Barossa export opportunities, according to Rowland Flat vigneron and winemaker, John Curnow.
$10b Murray-Darling rescue package
Climate Change Minister Penny Wong has pledged the $10 billion Murray-Darling rescue package will remain on the table and be quarantined from any budget cuts.