Sparkling Red shows some flair

November 2006
Australian & New Zealand Wine Industry Journal;Nov/Dec2006, Vol. 21 Issue 6, p80
Trade Publication
The article presents information on wine tasting at the Waite Campus of the University of Adelaide in South Australia in October 2006. The members of the official tasting panel included the University of Adelaide's Associate Professor Peter Dry and Nigel Catt, general manager of oak supplier Radoux Australia. The wines which were included in the wine tasting included Primo Estate Winery's Joseph NV Sparkling Red wine, Leconfield Coonawarra 2004 Sparkling Shiraz and Leasingham 1007 Classic Clare Sparkling Shiraz.


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