Emerging Varietal Wines of Australia

13 Nov. The book is currently at the publishers with a few wrinkles being sorted out. The best way for you to be kept in touch with the progress of the book to sign up for my Vinodiversity Newsletter using the link at the right. The Newsletter is free and you can unsubscibe at any time, (but who wants to).

Thank you for your patience.

Vinodiversity is currently compiling a guide to wine produced from new and renewed grape varieties in Australia. The guide will take the form of a paperback book, and as a downloadable electronic book (ebook). It will be distributed widely both in Australia and internationally through a number of channels including the leading online bookseller Amazon.com

Emerging Varietal Wines of Australia will cover about a thousand wineries who are producing wine from about 100 different 'alternative' grape varieties. The aim of the book is to provide a guide for the growing number of wine consumers who are looking for information about innovative wines. Data Input Form
The following is a list of some of the varieties which will be covered in the Guide. (I am turning up new ones all the time.)
1893, Aleatico, Alicante Bouchet, Aligote, Alvarinho, Aranel, Arneis, Aucerot, Barbera, Bastado, Biancone, Black frontignac, Blue Imperial, Carignan, Carmine, Carnelian, Caverdella, Chambourcin, Chasselas, Chenin blanc, Cienna, Cinsaut, Clairette, Colombard, Cortese, Corvina, Counoise, Crouchen, Cygne blanc, Dolcetto, Doradillo, Durif, Fiano, Flora, Fragola, Frontignac, Furmint, Gamay, Garganega, Gewurztraminer, Gouais blanc, Graciano, Grenache, Gruner Veltliner, Harslevelu, Jacquez, Kerner, Lagrein, Lemberger, Lexia, Malbec, Malian, Malvasia, Marsanne, Marzemino, Mataro, Mavrodaphne, Melon de Bourgogne, Meunier, Mondeuse, Moschata Paradisa, Mourvedre, Muller Thurgau, Muscat, Nebbiolo, Ondenc, Orange muscat, Palomino, Pedro Ximenez, Petit manseng, Petit verdot, Picolit, Picpoul, Pinot blanc, Pinot gris, Refosco, Rondinella, Roussanne, Sagrantino, Sangiovese, Saperavi, Schonburger, Shalistin, Siegerrebe, Souzao, Sylvaner, Taminga, Tannat, Tarrango, Tempranillo, Teroldego, Tinta amarella, Tinta cao, Touriga, Trebbiano, Trollinger, Tyrian, Verdelho, Verduzzo, Vermentino, Villard blanc, Viognier, Zibbilo, Zinfandel.

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