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Win Hunter Wine. A history by Julie McIntyre and John Germov

An excellent book that weaves the region's past and present into context

<i>Hunter Wine. A history. </i> by Julie McIntyre and John Germov

Hunter Wine. A history. by Julie McIntyre and John Germov [©NewSouth Publishing ]

 

The Hunter Valley is the longest continuous winegrowing region in the country so its history and heritage are crucial to drawing the evolving picture of Australia's wine industry. Australia's foremost wine historian Dr Julie McIntyre and renowned sociologist John Germov have combined their considerable skills on a four year research project and a standout part of that is a new book.

We have two copies of Hunter Wine. A history. to be won.  It's a must-read for winelovers and especially those interested in our wine history as it uncovers new stories about the generations of people involved.

Done from a scientific perspective rather than from the contemporary marketing material, it unearths a new and even more interesting narrative.

Wine journalist Jenni Port says " This is an important Australian wine book that uncovers new truths, challenges old myths and moves at a cracking pace with a delicious wine tale just right for the present”

It traces through six generations of wine producers from when the first vines were planted in 1828 to the changing tastes and rising interest in wine of the 1980s. A fascinating view of the changing historical and many personalities that shaped the Hunter.

Many public and private archives were researched and 22 Hunter Valley personalities were interviewed, preserving their oral history and memories.

An exhibition showcasing the work is on until the 14th October at Newcastle Museum where it will also be the backdrop for the launch of this important piece of Australian history.

 Enter now and you could be taken on that cracking journey through the Hunter's history.

Read more about the book here »

And more about the research project, book and exhibition here »

 

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Prizes are one of two copies of Hunter Wine. A History by Julie McIntryre and John Germov  (valued at A$49.99 each plus postage).The competition is open to all VisitVineyards.com subscribers and Members over the age of 18. Entries open 1st September 2018 and close midnight 5th November 2018. Winners drawn 6th November 2018 and names posted on our winners page. See our competition terms and conditions here

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September 01st, 2018
 
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