The 30-Mile range is the name of John Quarisa’s own private watering hole. Where in his youth he splashed and squealed in its rapid waters and sheltered in the dabbled shade of tall red gum trees that line its banks. From the innocence of a young boy splashing in its currents the 30-Mile has grown to be the lifeblood by supplying the water to majestic aging vines basking in the sun of dry fertile soils. The 30-Mile range – a tribute to Australia and its vital network of rivers and waterways- the lifeblood of Australia.
“John Quarisa has had a distinguished career as a winemaker spanning over 20 years, working for some of Australia's largest wineries, including McWilliam's, Casella and Nugan Estate. He was also chiefly responsible in 2004 for winning the Jimmy Watson Trophy (Melbourne) and the Stodart Trophy (Adelaide). John and Josephine Quarisa have set up a very successful family business using grapes from various parts of NSW and SA, made in leased space. Production has risen in leaps and bounds, doubtless sustained by the exceptional value for money provided by the wines. Exports include the UK, Canada, Denmark, Sweden, Malaysia, Indonesia, Hong Kong and NZ.”
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