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John Quinn
21 October 2016 | John Quinn

BREAKING NEWS - Journey Wines 2015 Yarra Valley Pinot Noir WON GOLD MEDAL

BREAKING NEWS. Journey Wines 2015 Yarra Valley Pinot Noir has taken out a gold medal at the Royal Melbourne Wine Show. Damian North’s wine beat a host of highly credentialed wines in the class that recognises Pinot Noir from 2015 or younger. Congratulations to Damian and the team at Journey Wines.

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@ 26/10/2016 at 11:02 AM
...and one of the Major Trophy Winners at the 2016 Royal Melbourne Wine Awards was...


winning the...

THE JAMES HALLIDAY TROPHY FOR BEST PINOT NOIR with a score of 97 points in Class 39 - PINOT NOIR 2015 & YOUNGER.

Already renowned for its outstanding fresh produce, pure water and pristine beauty, Tasmania is also home to some of Australia’s most respected cool climate wines. On the rugged, northern tip, EddyStone Point stands as a beacon – producing a wine range of outstanding quality, even by Tasmania’s high standards.

The James Halliday Trophy recognises the importance of Pinot Noir to the Australian wine landscape and the development of Pinot Noir as a mainstream varietal. Named in Halliday’s honour for his contribution to the Australian wine industry and to Pinot Noir production.

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Emma Smith
@ 16/09/2020 at 9:09 PM
Good Article

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