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Published on Aug 3, 2010
Australia's most significant Italian wine program -- the Lorenzo Galli Wine Scholarship -- is calling on wine and hospitality professionals or educated enthusiasts to apply to its 2011 masterclass in Melbourne. But be quick, registration is essential by August 28 this year. Now in its third year, the Lorenzo Galli wine scholarship celebrates the diversity and richness of Italy's wine and history while showcasing the latest trends in Australia with its interpretations of Italian varietals. The program's patron, Pamela Galli, conceived the idea of a scholarship to honour her late husband, Lorenzo Galli. Tuscan-born, Lorenzo arrived in Australia in 1952 and diligently built up a successful property business. He later added vigneron to his list achievements when he and Pamela created Galli Estate winery in Victoria's Sunbury region in 1997. Lorenzo had a love for Italian grape varieties and the winemaking craft from growing grapes to their production; it was his dream to share that passion and encourage younger people to learn more about that process. This scholarship is Pamela's tribute. Visit www.winescholarship.com.au.