Ten Vintages of Australia's Penfolds Grange

James Molesworth
Issue: December 31, 2002

History was on display as Penfolds' former chief winemaker, John Duval, and its current head winemaker, Peter Gago, led a tasting of 10 vintages of Grange, Australia's preeminent red wine. Grange was created in 1951 by Penfolds' then winemaker Max Schu-bert.

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