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It's All About The Viticulture

We've always loved the Devil's Corner wines at Weavers, mainly because they are quite unique in what they offer. The Sauvignon has a fantastic herbaceous character that sets it apart from the gooseberry-packed styles from New Zealand that we are all so used to. The wines are made by Tom Ravech (pictured) at the Tamar Ridge winery in Tasmania where they believe that great wines are made in the vineyard.

We've always loved the Devil's Corner wines at Weavers, mainly because they are quite unique in what they offer. The Sauvignon has a fantastic herbaceous character that sets it apart from the gooseberry-packed styles from New Zealand that we are all so used to. The wines are made by Tom Ravech (pictured) at the Tamar Ridge winery in Tasmania where they believe that great wines are made in the vineyard.

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Viticulturalists Through And Through

It is the exceptional fruit grown at the Kayena Vineyard that forms the cornerstone of the Tamar Ridge and Devil’s Corner range of wines, and as such Tom believes the most crucial part of the wine-making process is growing the grapes. The technical term for this is viticulture - with viniculture being the name for the processes followed after the grapes are picked.

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