By James Wells at ProWein in Dussledorf
A Tasmanian winemaker has announced plans at ProWein 2010 to create the greatest Pinot Noir in Australia and the world within the next decade as revealed in this video interview exclusive to

Kreglinger international sales manager, Charles van Harve has confirmed the company behind Ninth Island and Pipers Brook has undertaken a uniau Pinot Noir project by testing 42 separate clones across Mount Pleasant in Tasmania to see which plantings fit the local terroir.
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