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IT HAS taken a South Australian and more than a century of Barossa Valley history to put Tasmania’s wine industry on the national map.

And if family is anything to go by, then expat Nick Glaetzer has just got started. Right now though, Glaetzer doesn’t know if he is Arthur or Martha. If he’s coming or going. A businessman – or just too busy.

It would be no surprise to see him pop up as one of those harried individuals on a show such as Grand Designs, watching his budget blown out of the water as he takes on a huge renovation project which once sounded so exciting.Because our Nick, whose family first settled in the Barossa in 1888, has upped stumps and shifted south.

Way south.

To Hobart.

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