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7 February 2014 News

CNN’s eatocracy featured and article on Ray Isle, Food & Wine’s executive wine editor, and his take on Cabernet Sauvignon being the most widely planted grape in the world. The article entitled “The world’s most popular wine grape is…” talks of Isle’s advice on which Cabernets to buy and his top bargain picks. On the list is Heartland’s 2010 Cabernet Sauvignon! Ray Isle comments, “Star Australian winemaker Ben Glaetzer makes this black currant–rich Cabernet with fruit from the warm Langhorne Creek, southeast of Adelaide. (Note: The 2012, which should be in the US soon, is also terrific)”. Click here to read the full article.