Saturday October 24, 2020

The other side of Australian wine

The De Bortoli story proves that families can not only make world-class wine, but can lead the way for the industry as a whole

20th August, 2017
Darren De Bortoli, a third generation winemaker and managing director of De Bortoli wines

The story of Australian wine is older than we might think, certainly more mature than it has often liked to portray itself, and it is also quite a bit more diverse than you might imagine.

Today, a truer, more varied and less bombastic vision of Australian wine is emerging: one that is reconnecting with its roots, the happenstance of its birth and the quirky, joyous diversity of its future. It is a wine culture that...

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