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  • Max Allen
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  • Max Allen
4 Apr 2016

Winemaker Pat Carmody (right) is shaking his head. It's late February 2016 and his Shiraz crop is nearly ready to be picked. His vineyard, Craiglee, just north of Melbourne, is this year celebrating the 40th anniversary of its replanting (there was a historic vineyard here in the late 19th century) and in all that time he's never seen a…