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Off the Vine Series 1 Episode 10 - 13
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(Mar 30, 2007)
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Four new episodes featuring the wineries of Nepenthe, Fox Creek, Chapel Hill & Tatachilla. Nepenthe vineyards were first planted in the Adelaide Hills area. This was a deliberate choice, as it allowed for an enormous range of flavors and varietal compositions through the different climatic conditions. James Tweddell Managing Director of the Nepenthe Group believes that the Adelaide Hills is the best place in Australia to grow Sauvignon Blanc. Fox Creek Wines planted the first vines in 1985. The land had previously been used for growing barley and grazing sheep. The soil is mostly heavy clay and tends to crack quite dramatically in summer. This makes it difficult to establish vines and the owners were advised not to proceed with plantings. Ironically, the soil type has proved to be an advantage as it restricts vine vigor and yields. This leads to grapes being produced with intense flavor. Chapel Hill is located in The Willunga Basin, which was carved out of a mountain range, which once stood 5,000 metres high. The influence of the melting ice cap in the basin itself has created a plethora of different soils covering more than 5000 hectares suitable for the cultivation of grapes, flowers, almonds and olives. The name Tatachilla is a aboriginal word meaning _red earth place_ and the earth has produced some extraordinary results for Tatachilla which was built in 1901. Tatachilla reds are still fermented in old open fermentation tanks. The traditional winemaking techniques enable them to produce their deep coloured, full-bodied Shiraz, Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon consistently. Tatachilla's Clarendon Merlot made history at the 1999 Sydney International Wine Competition as the only Merlot ever to win trophies for Best Wine of the Competition, Best Red Table Wine and Best Fuller Bodied Dry Red Table Wine. We also have Four delicious dishes cooked by Jarmer to complement the wineries. On this DVD we have a warm salad of black pepper chicken along with a marlin steak with corn and avocado salsa and a scallop galette with leek fondue and white and dark chocolate mousse terrine. Our wine expert Stephen describes the subtleties between the various wines in the market and in our industry segment we learn all about the technology that goes into making Australian wines the best in the world. Producer/Director Chris Jenkin
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