Monday June 1, 2020

The New World revival

When the New World wines were first being planted, the sea journey of 11,000 nautical miles under sail power to Australia took months.

29th April, 2006

When the New World wines were first being planted, the sea journey of 11,000 nautical miles under sail power to Australia took months. The vine saplings had to be kept alive without refrigeration, and when they arrived in the southern hemisphere, it was the wrong season. New World wine, therefore, was truly a miracle.

It was a built on generations of English, Dutch, French and Spanish imperial and global conquests. Despite equally vigorous empire building from...

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