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Published: January 11, 2011
For most of those who are instructed in the world of wines, the name John Duval is synonymous with international success. This Australian winemaker, who has been in the winemaking business for over four decades, has worked in such diverse places as California, Washington, South Africa and South America, where thanks to its vast knowledge in the area he has advised some of the most important wineries across the planet.
But not only does he devote himself to advising others. At his winery, John Duval Wines, located in the Australian Barossa Valley, this oenologist also produces his own wines, internationally recognised thanks to the legendary Grange, a Syrah which in the nineties broke the established traditions of the time and helped to promote the first exportations of these wines in his country of birth.
Published: January 7, 2011
Chief Winemaker Felipe Tosso has become a prominent figure in the international world of winemaking. Many admire him for his sensible approach to winemaking and for the way he so effectively reaches his goals. Some of you may not be aware of this, but Felipe was a civil engineering student for two years, before realising that he wanted to follow in the footsteps of his agronomist parents. When he finally switched fields, he decided to focus on developing expertise in vinegrowing and wines, thanks to the encouragement of his mother. It was also his mother who first invited him to a winetasting with Cesar Fredes and Alvaro Espinoza, a moment that awakened Felipe’s passion for wines.