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Irish hands create wine heritage

The popular vision of Australia's wine heritage involves English doctors such as Penfold and Lindeman, but the Irish have played their part too.

19th November, 2005

The popular vision of Australia's wine heritage involves English doctors such as Penfold and Lindeman, but the Irish have played their part too.

Australia has many wineries claiming strong Irish roots, from McGuigan Wines with its popular Black Label to Zanadu Wines, established during the late 1960s.

However, one winery stands head and shoulders over the others in terms of quality and importance: Denis Horgan's Leeuwin Estate.

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