The explanation behind Death – Co-creator of Ochota Barrels winery with his significant other, Amber, Taras kicked the container on Monday 12 October.
A live wire on the Australian winemaking scene, Taras searched after his inclinations for surfing and music from the beginning, playing bass in an instigator band that played with notoriety
and fortune any way he was bit by bit pulled by and by into wine and cut his teeth in the business in South Australia and California, continuing to play
Completing an oenology degree at Adelaide, he and Amber also lived and worked for quite a while in Italy and Sweden before getting back, where Taras worked at the Nepenthe
Taras and Amber had delivered a course of action to set up their winery one day while on riding outing in Mexico in 2000 and, directly with a level out
the idea of such wines he required (and didn’t have any longing) to make, at whatever point they got their chance they took it.
They developed a blended mix of arrangements; Grenache, Shiraz, Gewurztraminer, Gamay, Riesling, Chardonnay, Mourvedre and Pinot Noir among others, all developed normally from areas around south Australia and made with
immaterial interventions – like the wines Taras’ traveller Ukrainian watchmen used to make in Clare Valley when he was energetic and those of various winemakers around the world that roused
The wines won him endorsements and admirers around the world from singular winemakers and energetic wine customers, as observed by the flooding of pity and acknowledgements following the reports on
his passing, from both the people who knew him eventually or even from his wines.
His UK transporter, Indigo Wines, said in a declaration: “Taras was a certifiable intensity of nature, whose energy and affability consumed the room and caused everyone he met to feel exceptional.
As a winemaker he made brilliant, stimulating wines that tried the impression of Australian wine.
Tara Ochota was a loving husband, a good father and a good friend.”
He is made due by Amber and their two children.