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GLOBAL GATHERING: There will be no shortage of international winemakers at Cellar Door’s stand at the LIWSF this year

This year a selection of winemakers from Cellar Door’s wineries around the world will be on hand at the LIWSF, and will host six exclusive and intimate seminars:

Bill Hardy, fifth generation descendent of Australian wine-making pioneer Thomas Hardy, company founder and one of the “fathers” of the South Australian wine industry, will be showing a selection from the Hardys range.

Ed Carr, group sparkling winemaker at Hardy Wine Company and Australia’s most awarded sparkling winemaker, will present a comparative tasting of sparkling wine from the New and Old Worlds, including the new 2001 vintage of Arras.

Jennifer Beloz, associate winemaker at Ravenswood, will exhibit a selection of wines from the Ravenswood portfolio.

Stuart Bourne, senior winemaker at Barossa Valley Estate will conduct a vertical tasting of E&E wines, showing the ageing capacity of fine Barossa Valley Shiraz.

Simon Osicka, winemaker at Leasingham, will show a selection of wines from this famous Clare Valley winery.

Mark de Vere, resident MW at Icon Estates, will demonstrate the best of Napa – a focused look at wines from across the valley. De Vere is frequently a source of information for Californian wine education and marketing .

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