In this brand new season of The Halliday Cellar Door, our host Sally Stanton visits two more of the families who make up Australia’s First Families of Wine. Taking a trip to the world famous Barossa Valley in South Australia, Sally visits the iconic Yalumba, chatting with Robert Hill-Smith and Jane Ferrari. Later, a short drive over to the equally historic Henschke. A fantastic double header! As always, featuring legendary wine expert James Halliday.
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