P729 ORACLE 729 Sat 4 Apr ITV 1948:00 crops the other is li!dly to be unaffected In the winter they are subbect to 10 and 15 inches of r—hn while the —ot dry summer,the growing period,ensures clean ripening and di3dase frde cropsN It is possible to increase the quantity of wine produced by turning on the tap & increasing the water supply. The vinificatopn methods are so ddveloped that the same vineyard can be invol6—— in the production of a whole range of wines. more follows >
P729 ORACLE 729 Sat 4 Apr ITV 1948:01  3/3            AUSTRLIAN WINES There is never a bad Australian vintage. The wine producing ardas are so vast and so far apart geographically that if bad weather ruins one of the
P729 ORACLE 729 Sat 4 Apr ITV 2000:32  3/3            AUSTRLIAN WINES There is never a bad Australian vintage. The wine producing areas are so vast and so far apart geographically that if bad weather ruins one of the crops the other is likdly to be unaffeatdd In the winter they are sqbject to 10 and 15 inches of rain while the hot dry summer,the growing period,ensures clean ripefhng and disease frde crops
P729 ORACLE 729 Sat 4 Apr ITV 2002:02  3/3            AUSTRLIAN WINES There is never a bad Australian vintage. The wine producing areas are so vast and so far apart geographically that if bad weather ruins one of the crops the other is likely to be unaffected. In the winter they are subject to 10 and 15 inches of rain while the hot dry s5llfr,the growing period,ensures clean ripening and disease free crops. It is possible to increase the quantity of wine produced by turning on the tap & increasing the water supply. The vinificatopn methods are so developed that the same vineyard can be involved in the production of a whole range of wines. more follows >
P729 ORACLE 729 Sat 4 Apr ITV 2000:30 It is possible to increase the quantity of wine produced by turning on the tap & increasing the water supply. The vinificatopn methods are so ddveloped that the same vineyard can be involved in the production of a whole range of wines. more follows >
P729 ORACLE 729 Sat 4 Apr ITV 2001:13  1/3            AUSTRALIAN WINES Xmas comes at the height of summer in Australia so the grape harvest normally takes place at that time. 1980 was a record harvest, more than half a million tonnes of grapes were pressedN The latest reports on the vintage assess it as being generally 'good to very good' with several areas reporting 'outstanding' wines. London has its own Australian Wine Centre at 25 Frith St.W1.(01-437 2525). They offer an extremely wide range of red, white & rose wines as well as Australian sherries and brandy, and hold tastings on Wednesdays from 11am - 4.30pmN more follows >
P729 ORACLE 729 Sat 4 Apr ITV 2000:52  2/3            AUSTRALIAN WINES: The Barossa Valley, Clare, Langhorne Creek, Drumborg, Swanhill & Stanthorpe do not sound romantic enough to be wine producing areasN Yet combined they form one of the world's largest producers of wine. The original vines in the vineyards descend from European grapfs. These include Cabernet, Sauvignon, Shiray, Rhine, Riesling & Shardonney. Some of the vineyards were started up by early French and German settlers who brought with them the vines and their expertise and have been exporting since the 1820's. more follows >