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  • Max Allen
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  • Max Allen
31 Jan 2017

Ten years ago, in an article about climate change, I predicted that the Yarra Valley, traditionally famous for cool-climate grape varieties such as Pinot Noir, could soon be known for warm-climate varieties such as Grenache. 

At that time there was, as far as I was aware, only one vineyard in the Yarra growing Grenache - and it had…