May 31 2012 issue
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TERROIR Eden Valley, Barossa, South Australia Rebecca GibbThe New World is old in this corner of the Barossa. Australia may be a New World wine country, but the gnarly, century-old vines scattered across the Eden Valley indicate that there’s really nothing new about this particular winegrowing region. First planted in 1842, Eden Valley is one of the rare parts of the world that still produces grapes from vines cultivated before the onset of phylloxera. As a region within the wider Barossa zone of South Australia, Eden Valley has long dwelt in the shado...
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