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From Kosovo, Georgia, India, Oz
17 Apr 2009 by Richard Hemming
When I first encountered it, I remember thinking Australian Shiraz/Viognier was the weirdest thing I had ever heard of. At the tasting I report on below, it looked like one of the most orthodox wines in the vinous canon. The portfolio in question was from Adel, an importer that works closely with NWWS, a wine consultancy company set up by David Rowe, ex-editor of Decanter magazine. He works with wines from India, Kosovo (marked below with a white box on a United Nations map of the former Yugoslavia) and Georgia (as well as France, South Africa and Australia), and is consultant winemaker at Stonecastle and Godavari in India among others....

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