Melbourne-based wine writer Max Allen loves a good Shiraz as much as the next guy. He just thinks there is so much more Australia can do, it's time to shake things up. In his book, The Future Makers: Australian Wine for the 21st Century (available online and soon to be published in the U.S.), he argues that a wide range of styles is also coming into focus for existing varieties, made by winegrowers who have adopted organic viticulture, byodynamics and, especially, grape varieties new to Australia.
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