Making the case for Penfolds

The famous Australian winery is taking a new direction by offering sets of curated wines to loyal enthusiasts

28th August, 2016
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Peter Gago, chief winemaker at Penfolds, is keen to emphasise the firms harmonious production

The Penfolds winery continues to be probably the most famous and revered winery in the New World, and is easily the most famed and recognisable Australian fine wine.

In the next couple of weeks, hot on the heels of another round of gold medals and awards, Penfolds is taking the unusual step of opening up a whole new way of encouraging its fans and potential new converts to engage with its wines – it is...

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