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  • Max Allen
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  • Max Allen
5 Oct 2015

Over the last difficult decade for Australian wine, one of the major criticisms of Wine Australia, the old generic promotional body, was that it lacked any clear leadership. Five years ago, at the height of general discontent, I wrote in the Australian press that 'Australian winemakers have stopped waiting for their lumbering industry battleship…