Fruits of vintage vines wins battle for Torbreck

David Powell, of Torbreck Vintners in the Barossa Valley, is a confident and larger than life figure.

His distinctive wines have a cult following in Australia and overseas. Starting in the mid-1980s when the SA government was paying people to rip out unwanted Shiraz vineyards, the then unpopular Barossa Shiraz style was reinvented as a big mouthful of soft, ripe, plump, dense, long and delicious Shiraz flavours.

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