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  • Max Allen
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  • Max Allen
30 Nov 2016

It was the worst hailstorm in living memory. On 11 November this year a thunderous tempest of cyclonic winds and ice ripped through the vineyards of South Australia's Riverland, then rampaged over the border, wreaking havoc among the vast swathes of vines planted on both the Victorian and New South Wales sides of the Murray River around Mildura…