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SUBSCRIBE TOWINEPROS ARCHIVE ANDVISITVINEYARDS.COM- IT #39;S FREEAccess to the entire Winepros Archive is free. Read tasting notes and wine reviews from 1990-2006 vintages, articles by many of the world #39;s leading wine authors, wine region summaries, and lots more.To access Winepros Archive, simply subscribe to our free monthly newsletter above. When you have completed your subscription, simply enter your username and password under the SUBSCRIBER LOGIN.Your free subscription includes VisitVineyards.comAs a free bonus, new and existing Winepros subscribers also become subscribers to VisitVineyards.com, the guide to wine travel in Australia.All new information after 2006 is on VisitVineyards.com. Get free access to up-to-date listings for vineyards and restaurants (now over 4000), wine and food articles, tasting notes, winemaker interviews, and great wine and food touring itineraries across Australian wine regions. You can also win wine, books, travel, hampers and more in our monthly subscriber competitions.To access this updated information, simply use your Winepros username and password to login on the RHS at VisitVineyards.comGet even more from your wine travelsDo you visit wine regions? Then become a Member of VisitVineyards.com and take advantage of a great range of exclusive offers and experiences from wine and food producers around Australia. It #39;s the passport to wine travel that no wine lover should be without.Find out about VisitVineyards.com Memberhip here.
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It is exceedingly unlikely that a tasting of the magnitude of that organised by James Godfrey, Seppelt #39;s chief fortified winemaker, will ever be staged again. The 100 or so tasting notes which follow were but half of the tasting, the other 100 being Portuguese vintage ports spanning the same 70 years.The Len Evans Theory of Capacity
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Location: Australia - NSW - Lower Hunter ValleySydney merchant banker David Clarke has had a long involvement with the wine industry, including a directorship of McGuigan Brothers Limited. The 18-hectare Poole #39;s Rock vineyard, planted purely to chardonnay, is his personal venture, the resource recently bolstered by the acquisition of the larger, adjoining Simon Whitlam Vineyard. The wine has retail distribution throughout Australia and is exported to the UK and US.Search for reviews28 425 reviews available

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