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  • Walter Speller
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  • Walter Speller
19 Dec 2016

Australia's viticulture is famously much less restricted by law and regulations than its European counterparts, allowing producers to plant virtually any variety wherever they like. In the absence of indigenous varieties and with a historic bias towards French ones, Australians seem to us Europeans to have planted vines with blatant disregard…