Since 1990 some leading wines have become less and less oaky.
Rob Geddes explains why Australian red wines have been changing flavour over time.
Rob Geddes, Master of Wine, has been immersed in every aspect of the wine industry for more than 30 years as an author, consultant, judge and educator.
After starting his career in the vineyards of the Clare Valley, Rob was the 3rd Australian to pass the rigorous International Master of Wine exams. He is one of less than 20 MWs in Australia today.
Rob is the author of long-running national wine guide, ‘Australian Wine Vintages’ (also known as the Gold Book) and ‘A Good Nose and Great Legs: the art of wine from the vine to the table’, a popular reference book to understand and enjoy wine.
Rob is a sought after public speaker, media interviewee and wine educator, regularly hosting corporate events and consumer courses for those who want to learn more about wine, wine trends and food matching.
Rob is known for his charismatic and often humorous presentation style and his encyclopaedic knowledge of wine. He is also a judge at numerous national and international wine shows.
If you want to know more about Rob, or purchase his books, please visit his website www.robgeddesmw.com
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