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US wine importer Paterno Wines International has announced the addition of two Australian wines, Yabby Lake and Heathcote Estate, to its portfolio.

Established in 1998, Yabby Lake produces a Pinot Noir and a Chardonnay from its Mornington Peninsula vineyards. Heathcote Estate was established in 1999 with the sole purpose of creating an ultra-premium, single-vineyard Shiraz.

"Yabby Lake and Heathcote Estate share a commitment to crafting the finest wines in Australia," said Paterno's president and CEO William A. Terlato. "Their co-owners, Robert Kirby and Louis Bialkower, have spared no expense or effort to attain this goal. They also share the broad experience of two creative and talented winemakers, Tod Dexter and Larry McKenna. They produce quality wines that stand with the best that Australia has to offer, and we look forward to introducing both to American wine lovers."

The co-owner of these two wine businesses, Australian film producer Robert Kirby, is the man behind movie blockbusters such as The Matrix, Mystic River, Miss Congeniality and Ocean's Twelve, and a long-time wine aficionado.


Sectors: Wine

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