Australian wine is in trouble: just as a growing number of connoisseurs scoff at its taste, the way it's grown, and how it's made, hundreds of the country's small wineries are battling to survive. Thin Skins addresses the forces fighting Australian wine and harming its reputation. In witty, insightful writing that's a combination of P.J. O'Rourke and Oz Clarke, Campbell Mattison debunks the lies and showcases the people who are saving the industry by producing great wine.
Anyone who enjoys drinking Australian wine, or cares about how it is farmed, will savor this entertaining, inspiring story.
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