Dr Harry TullochDr Harry Tulloch's early involvement in the Wine Industry came from his Diploma in Viticulture which led him to the position of Manger of the Nuriootpa Viticulture Research Centre within the South Australia Department of Agriculture. After further studies Harry was responsible for refining and concluding various clonal selection trials determining the best clones available for commercial release from the Research Centre. Two of these clones selected by Harry were released and have become premium quality clones across the country. Since the release, the Clone Shiraz 1964 has become the most widely planted Shiraz clone in the Australian Wine Industry. 

In 1969 returned to the Hunter Valley and become more involved in the region, developing the Hollydene Vineyard in 1969 and Mount View Estate in 1971. Harry also devoted his time to championing Verelho as a grape variety in the Hunter with Semillion Blends. Harry's Verdelhos, Muscats and Vintage Ports dominated the Fortified Classes inthe Small Winemaker's Show and for many years through this time.  

In 2002  Harry received an honorary PhD Doctorate in Philosophy (Science) for his work in Viticulture Research. 

Harry was inducted as a Legend in 2023.


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