On 4th October, I was invited to join a Wine Australia “round table” tasting at Malmaison in the cobbled, gated and leafy Charterhouse Square in London. Once a Carthusian monastery, the surviving buildings here are now Sutton Hospital Almshouses.
Monasteries and Pinot Noir tend to go well together so it was very fitting that one half of the double act for the evening was Rollo Crittenden of the family-owned winery on Mornington Peninsula. The other half was Jane Ferrari of Yalumba. As usual, Jane talked and talked and then talked a bit more. But Rollo more than held his own.
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