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Viticulturist honoured

Jansz’s Jennifer Doyle was named Viticulturist of the Year when the 2017 Australian Women in Wine Awards were announced in London in September. She told the gathering: “My viticultural journey began 25 years ago in my home state of New South Wales. However, my wine compass has been resolutely fixed on a southerly bearing. Tasmania’s Pipers River region is a very special place. A close-knit community that live and work on the land and the unique terroir that influences our award-winning sparkling wine has rewarded me with some of the most fruitful years of my career.” Virginia Willcock of Vasse Felix in Margaret River was named Woman Winemaker of the Year.

6 November 2017, Edition 189

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