Ray Nadeson of Lethbridge Wines talks to Heine Johansen about transfering from scientist to winemaker, about being daring in making wine and about looking to new grapes to fit the south australian terroir.
Ray Nadeson was one of three people with a PhD degree that 25 years ago decided to leave their world of medicine to start making wine instead. Ray speaks about their obligation to work with nature and sustainability, about using their scientific mindsets to make the best wines possible, about the terroir of their area and about his belief in organic and biodynamic practices as a man of science.
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