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their own vineyards and spanning the four corners of the Barossa. Other releases from St Hallett this year included the 2008 vintage of Blackwell Shiraz alongside 2007 Old Block, as well as a new shiraz, 2008 Garden of Eden. The other regional hero of St Hallett, the 2009 Eden Valley Riesling was also released. Taylors Wines released the new vintage for its award-winning Jaraman range, including the 2009 Jaraman Riesling, 2008 Jaraman Chardonnay, 2008 Jaraman Pinot Noir, 2008 Jaraman Shiraz and the 2008 Jaraman Cabernet Sauvignon. Celebrating regional diversity, the Jaraman collection brought together two iconic wine regions in a single varietal wine. The wine blending process is aimed at balancing the characteristics of each region in order to achieve the best possible results from both regions. Krinklewood’s certifi ed biodynamic winery released new wines, the 2009 96 | drinks yearbook Chardonnay, the 2008 Wild Red, its dessert wine Lucia 2010 and the Francesca Rosé 2010. Krinklewood recently underwent a makeover, with the extension being completed just in time to see the 2010 vintage come in. Coming from the Swedish town with the same name, Kopparberg Pear Cider was now available in Australia. This cider is made following the original recipe from 1930 and contains the fi nest pears and soft water. With its delicate aroma and fresh fruity taste, Kopparberg was available in 500ml bottles and cartons of 20. Cello Liqueurs was an Australianmade range of premium fruit liqueurs in the traditional Italian lemon ‘digestivo’ style. The range achieved great results at the International Wine & Spirits Competition in London. All Cello Liqueurs received either a silver or bronze medal, with Limoncello being named Best In Class beating limoncellos from Italy and the rest of Europe. To celebrate its 150th anniversary, Campari released limited edition bottles with artistic labels as part of a new innovative initiative focusing on integrating art in the Campari label design. Three contemporary international artists who participated to the Campari Art Label Project, avaf, Tobias Rehberger and Vanessa Beecroft, were selected by curator Caroline Corbetta and were asked to express their personal interpretation of Campari.


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