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Award: 2020 Tasmanian Wine Show

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Gold for the 2018 Venus Rising Pinot Noir Details here

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Review: Charlotte's Elusion 2019 Riesling

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http://tasmanianwineonline.blogspot.com/2019/12/quiet-mutiny-charlottes-elusion-2019.html by Winsor Dobbin A different take on Riesling from talented second-generation winemaker Greer Carland, who has used quality Derwent Valley fruit to produce this textural wine that is lower in acid than many of its Clare and Eden Valley counterparts. It is very floral and long on the palate; more elegant than in your face with lovely balance. Carland previously worked at Winemaking Tasmania but has struck out on her own with an impressive range of carefully considered wines. 

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Award: Trophy - 2019 National Cool Climate Wine Show

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Champion Pinot Noir Trophy won by Quiet Mutiny 2018 Venus Rising Pinot Noir Details here

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Article: Quiet Mutiny — Winemaker Greer Carland Goes Her Own Way

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By Emma Luimeshttps://www.splendidisolationtas.com.au/blog/2020/2/26/quiet-mutiny-winemaker-greer-carland-goes-her-own-way In 1806, Charlotte Badger sailed her way into notoriety, or so it goes. On board the convict ship Venus, Badger was destined for Van Diemen’s Land, with plans to become a servant. The Venus cut through Bass Strait and berthed onto the cold shores of Northern Tasmania. The captain of the ship Samuel Chase disembarked at Port Dalrymple. Badger decided to reroute her fate. Badger and fellow convict Catherine Hagerty incited a mutiny, encouraging the men on board the Venus to turn the rudder in sight of New Zealand. Tasmania lost a servant, and Australia gained its first...

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Article: The next-gen winemakers blazing a trail - Wine Companion

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From Halliday Wine Companion: Here, we spotlight a mix of faces to look out for in the future of the Australian wine industry.It’s not an uncommon story. Many winemakers come to wine via their family ties. There are the historic, multigenerational brands such as Henschke, Brown Brothers, Tyrrell’s and Tahbilk, but what about the hundreds of newer Australian labels with offspring getting involved? This fresh blood pulsates through local wine regions and pushes them forward. Meet the future of the Australian wine industry ahead. Greer Carland, Tasmania Label: Laurel Bank/Quiet Mutiny Parents: Laurel and Kerry Carland of Laurel BankGreer Carland grew...

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