Wolf Blass is an icon of the Australian wine industry, the man and the brand are recognised around the world. Launching to celebrate Wolf's 75th birthday, this enthralling biography traces his rise from a childhood in Germany in the shadow of World War II, to his early career in Europe and his migration - with just 100 pounds in his pocket - to the Barossa Valley in 1961. This fascinating book takes us through the creation of his legendary label which firmly established him as one of the leaders of the new generation of Australian winemakers and brings us right up to the present day with the takeover by Fosters, his continuing role as an ambassador for the Wolf Blass label and his vision for the challenges that lie ahead for the wine industry.

Author: Liz Johnston
Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 208
Publisher: John Fairfax Publications Pty Ltd
Publication Date: 01 Aug 2009

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