The Vincast Episode 100 – Guill de Pury from Yeringberg Wines

In the latter half of the 19th Century, there were a number of very important arrivals into the Yarra Valley region, less than 100km east of Melbourne, who happened to be Swiss. These were important viticultural who made a name for Australian wine in Paris and London, winning hearts, palates and medals. One of these pioneering Swiss families was the de Purys, who established Yeringberg in the area now known as Coldstream. My guest on this episode is Guill de Pury, the third-generation owner responsible for reviving the wine growing on the property at the end of the 1960s. He shared the important history of the family, the region, the farm and his own journey of (re)discovery.

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Guill de Pury from Yeringberg Wines

Guill de Pury from Yeringberg Wines

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One response to “The Vincast Episode 100 – Guill de Pury from Yeringberg Wines

  1. Great post! I’ve been enjoying reading your older posts as well. I love your take on wine. We live in Napa Valley – lots of wine here. But you bring a more global view which helps round out our thinking. Check out our wine country blog at http://www.topochinesvino.com and follow us if you like what you see.

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