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Australian wine maker Penfolds marked its 175th anniversary with the launch of a new collection of wines at a special event held at Anantra Riverside Bangkok Resort and hosted by master winemaker Peter Gago.



Several A-listers attended the event, among them Sikanya Sakdidej Bhanubandh, Akarat Wannarat, Onchuma Durongdej, Dermphan-Melanie Yoovidhya, Karuna Vatchanaphukka, Danai Sorakraikitikul, Chaninthida Chandrubeksa, Tossapol Teeravithayapinyo, Raris Yoovidhya, Met Hengtrakul, Annop Kettratad, Sirikiat Vadabukkana, Yada Rungwatanaphak, Pimsiri Nakswasdi, Firm Hongsananda, Thipravee Puchai , Nattawin Wongyaprom, Sittipong Haimruangngern and Vittawat Akarapongpisak.
Since 1844, Penfolds has played a pivotal role in the evolution of wine making with a history and heritage that profoundly reflects Australia’s journey from colonial settlement to the modern era. Penfolds’ benchmark wines were established in a spirit of innovation and the constant and endless pursuit of quality, evidenced from the secret bottling of Grange in 1951 and the unbroken line of vintages of what is now Australia’s most iconic wine. Today, the collection continues to display the distinctive and consistently recognisable Penfolds ‘House Style’; the ultimate expression of Penfolds time-honoured tradition of sourcing the best fruit from the best regions. Historic blends, significant milestones and heritage vineyards have been honoured by a lineage of custodians whose courage and imagination, precision and humility have ensured Penfolds remains true to its original values while remaining relevant for current and future generations. The stories and philosophies behind each label bring a timeless quality, making Penfolds wines special and compelling for collectors and drinkers the world over.
The new collection is available at leading supermarket and selected fine wine stores nationwide.
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Published : October 29, 2018

By : The Nation