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Author Forrestal, Peter, author

Title The way it was : a history of the early days of the Margaret River wine industry / Peter Forrestal and Ray Jordan
Published Witchcliffe, WA : Margaret River Press, 2017
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Contents Intro; Title Page; Copyright; Dedication; Table of Contents; Introduction; Chapter 1. Beginnings; Chapter 2. Change in the Wind; Chapter 3. A New Direction; Chapter 4. John Gladstones: The Catalyst; Chapter 5. Influences on Tom Cullity; Chapter 6. First Whispers: A Meeting of Minds; Chapter 7. The Public Meeting; Chapter 8. Bill Minchin and the First Planting; Chapter 9. The Path to Vasse Felix; Chapter 10. The Juniper Planting: A Diversion; Chapter 11. Vasse Felix: Dawn of a New Era; Chapter 12. Moss Wood and the Region's First Great Reds; Chapter 13. Cape Mentelle and the Coming of Age
Chapter 14. The CullensChapter 15. Regional Certification; Chapter 16. Sandalford: The Tyranny of Distance; Chapter 17. The Woodlands Story; Chapter 18. Leeuwin Estate: The World Discovers Margaret River; Chapter 19. Epilogue; Index
Summary The Margaret River region of Australia's south-west is internationally renowned for its award-winning wines. There are now more than 200 wineries, predominantly boutique style, in the region, producing more than 20% of Australia's premium wine market. The Way It Was tells the story of the early days of the region's wine industry, from the first plantings by Dr Tom Cullity in 1967 through an informative text and many illustrations
Notes Online resource; title from PDF title page (EBSCO, viewed December 27, 2017)
Subject Wine industry -- Australia -- Margaret River (Augusta-Margaret River Shire, W.A.)
Wineries -- Australia -- Margaret River (Augusta-Margaret River Shire, W.A.)
Form Electronic book
Author Jordan, Ray, author
ISBN 0648027562 (electronic bk.)
9780648027560 (electronic bk.)