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Published:  23 July, 2008

Mornington Peninsula, one of Australia's finest cool-climate regions, will be the venue for the Pinot Noir Celebration 2003. The programme, from 1-2 February, features guest wineries from Australia, France, New Zealand and the US, international speakers, panel sessions and Pinot Noir tastings from a wide range of wineries. The keynote speaker is James Halliday, one of Australia's most respected wine writers and judges, who said, I am convinced that the best Australian Pinot Noirs can challenge those from any other part of the world, even Burgundy.' Other guest speakers include Pinot Noir maestro' Larry McKenna and Corinne Rousseau, winemaker at Burgundy producer Domaine Armand Rousseau. For more information, visit .