Landmark TNs - fortified wines
2 Sep 2009 by Julia Harding MW
Here is the last of Julia's wonderfully detailed reports on the tasting marathon that was Landmark Australia .  She must be thoroughly relieved but I think we have all benefited from her diligence - not least the Australians.  JR James Godfrey, our guide through these intense and often sticky delights, started making wine at Seppeltsfield (est 1851) in the Barossa Valley in 1978 and has now completed 32 vintages there, undeterred by the change of ownership to Fosters in 2005 and the subsequent sale referred to in Jancis's Treacly treasure in Barossa and Roussillon ). He expressed regret at the lack of interest in...

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