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  • Jancis Robinson
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  • Jancis Robinson
3 Sep 2008

Ken Murchison visits Grace Vineyard, one of China's most reputable wine producers in Shanxi province south west of Beijing, far more famous for coal than wine, leaving his Portree wine operation in the Macedon Ranges of Victoria four or five times a year to make wine in this very, very different environment. The white building behind him is…