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  • Jancis Robinson
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  • Jancis Robinson
28 Sep 2005

I enjoyed a vertical of one of Australia’s most admired Verdelho table wines the other day. The variety was one of the earliest to be planted in Australia, initially imported from Madeira in 1825, although none of the original plant material has survived phylloxera as far as is known. It was all pulled out in the 1890s in Victoria when it was…

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