Frontier Wines

1300 737 699 4 Burleigh Court
Nunawading, 3131
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Paul Hanratty, the owner and founder of Frontier Wines, commenced his wine business in November 1994 when he established Margaret River Wines (Vic). The philosophy of the company was to bring wines from Margaret River W.A to Melbourne and to distribute them direct to the corporate market through corporate Boardroom wine presentations, wine tours and wine dinners. In February 1998, Margaret River Wines (Vic) became Frontier Wines Australia. The change in name reflected the request from his customers to have the opportunity to also enjoy wines from other wine regions of Australia. Frontier Wines now brings to its customers premium wines made by small, boutique wineries around Australia and New Zealand. In the last ten years Mr Hanratty has conducted in excess of 300 wine dinners and tours and in excess of 1000 corporate wine presentations. He has a vast knowledge of the Australian Wine industry especially from a consumer perspective. His speaking events cover topics from the art of matching food to wine Read more »

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    I bought this bottle of wine from the website www.bidforwine.co.uk/auctions/show/44391 for 8.50.Banyuls is an AOC created in 1936,although viticulture in the area goes back centuries,for red and white fortified wines from around the Mediiterranean seaside town of that name between Perpignan and the Spanish frontier.The borders of the AOC are the... Read More

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