A mindful approach to Australian wine

Neuroscientist Ray Nadeson is writing the next chapter in Australia’s wine story

19th June, 2016
Australia is moving towards natural, organic, terroir-driven and diverse wines

Ray Nadeson’s life as a neuroscientist and academic at Australia’s Monash University, which involved researching and publishing on pain, makes his journey into winemaking incredibly unconventional, but also fascinating.

Nadeson’s Lethbridge winery is increasingly regarded by the world’s wine press and other winemakers in Australia as a leader of the next generation of Australian wine, the blueprint and ideal for the next chapter in the Australian wine story....

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