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Charles Hargrave

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First Growth Wines

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Employment History

Group Sparkling Winemaker

Treasury Wine Estates Limited


Winemaker

Beringer Blass Wine Estates


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www.bayfields.com.au

Yellowglen Chief Winemaker, Charles Hargrave says, "It is one of my favourite wines to make.


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Charles Hargrave Group Sparkling Winemaker Charles Hargrave


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Yellowglen - Australia's Premier House of Sparkling - Group Sparkling Winemaker YellowGlen logo Charles 'Chilly' Hargrave Group Sparkling Winemaker Chilly has worked with Yellowglen since 1999-launching countless innovations in the category and delivering consistency for more than a decade-and is the custodian of the Yellowglen house style. Charles Hargrave Chilly's passion for making wine began in 1978 when he graduated from Roseworthy in South Australia with a winemaking degree. He began his career making sparkling wine at Chateau Remy (now Blue Pyrenees Estate) in central Victoria. After three years with Chateau Remy, Chilly made wine in Mclaren Vale before settling in the Adelaide Hills. In 1987, Chilly began his personal journey to create the ultimate Australian sparkling wine. He began planting his own seven-acre vineyard in the Piccadilly Valley on the site of an old apple orchard and set about creating some outstanding fruit for sparkling wines.


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Charles 'Chilly' Hargrave
Group Sparkling Winemaker Chilly has worked with Yellowglen since 1999-launching countless innovations in the category and delivering consistency for more than a decade-and is the custodian of the Yellowglen house style. Charles Hargrave Chilly's passion for making wine began in 1978 when he graduated from Roseworthy in South Australia with a winemaking degree. He began his career making sparkling wine at Chateau Remy (now Blue Pyrenees Estate) in central Victoria. After three years with Chateau Remy, Chilly made wine in Mclaren Vale before settling in the Adelaide Hills. In 1987, Chilly began his personal journey to create the ultimate Australian sparkling wine. He began planting his own seven-acre vineyard in the Piccadilly Valley on the site of an old apple orchard and set about creating some outstanding fruit for sparkling wines.


www.winestate.com.au

TREASURY Wine Estates has named Charles 'Chilly' Hargrave as the new chief winemaker for its two Tasmanian labels - Heemskerk and Abel's Tempest.
Hargrave, a 35-year industry veteran succeeds Anna Pooley, who is now working for her family's winery in the Coal River Valley. As group sparkling winemaker for Treasury Wine Estates, Hargrave worked closely with Heemskerk viticulturist Jamie Hewett across sparkling vineyards in the Coal River Valley and Derwent Valley. "I think the wines we are producing out of Tasmania are some of the best examples of their varieties: steely riesling, beautiful aromatic pinot noir, taut and linear chardonnay, and sparkling wines with lovely finesse," Hargrave says. His appointment came in the same week Treasury Wine Estates announced it was buying the White Hills Tasmanian vineyard from Brown Brothers.


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