PM pushes free trade in Tas winery visit
Tasmanian vineyard Josef Chromy makes very good wine, so it might be thought Malcolm Turnbull would get to try a drop or two when he dropped in on Friday. Not at all. “It’s not appropriate to be feeding alcoholic beverages to the prime minister before lunch,” joked winemaker Jeremy Dineen. In fact their prize example, a 2011 chardonnay judged the best in the world, sold out within days.