Taras Ochota: Sound and Vision

Remembering the rocker-turned-winemaker who helped pioneer a new age of low-intervention wine in Australia 

Taras Ochota: Sound and Vision
Senior editor MaryAnn Worobiec (Rick Wiener)
From the Dec 15, 2020, issue

Senior editor MaryAnn Worobiec reflects on the legacy of Taras Ochota, the Australian winemaker who helped pioneer a new age of wine with his punk-influenced, low-intervention wines from the country’s Basket Range.

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