Australia's magic bullet?
19 Nov 2009 by Richard Hemming
What a shame it is that the global balance of mongering is so askew. Wail as we might, mongering of fish and cheese becomes scarcer whilst mongering of war and hate seems to proliferate. If only the mongers among us would swap their guns and flags for halibut and munster, surely the world would be a better place. Doom-mongering is similarly commonplace, something we are all sometimes guilty of, and has been often directed at Australian wine of late. The Wine Restructuring Action Agenda recently sent out stark warnings about 100 million cases of overproduction, calling for tough decisions to normalise the industry. In the same...

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