SHARING IDEAS THAT DO GOOD

The genius changing the way we see Tasmanian wines

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Nick Glaetzer moved to Tasmania in 2005, driven by his obsession with cool climate pinot noir.

In 2011, he was named Young Winemaker of the Year by Gourmet Traveller Wine Magazine. His 2010 Mon Père Shiraz was the first Tasmanian wine to win Australia’s most coveted wine award, the Jimmy Watson Memorial Trophy.

Annoucing Nick as one of the very best wine makers in the country.

Born into Winemakinmg Royalty, with the Glaetzer name linked to Barossa wines since the late 19th century, and multiple Jimmy Watson awards, 

Nick walks his own path, an iconoclast, changing the industry forever


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