Treadgold, Tim
March 2006
Forbes Asia;3/13/2006, Vol. 2 Issue 4, p62
The article features Voyager, a wine company which monopolized trade between large parts of Asia and Europe, located at the Margaret River wine district of Western Australia. It is owned by Australian businessman Michael Wright. The company's buildings are of an architectural style known as Cape Dutch. Ray Jordan, a wine writer, says that Wright has a deep commitment to excellence and it is showing in his wines.


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