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Old Barossa Vines Moved to New Vineyard

Tyson Stelzer
Issue: May 15, 2008

What do you do when your vineyard is sold for a housing development? You rip out the vines and plant elsewhere. But Langmeil, a Barossa Valley winery, believed that its 140-year-old vines were too valuable, so it decided to try a transplant rather than plant new vines.

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