The wines of Australia have developed into some serious competition for their old world cousins over the past 20 years.
The vast landscape of Australia, with its huge range of climatic and geographical conditions, makes it one of the most versatile wine-growing countries in the world. Wine is produced in all of Australia’s six states, but the vast majority is made in the southeast, in New South Wales, Victoria and particularly South Australia. Maragret River arguably produces Australia’s finest wines and The Barossa Valley is famous for outstanding examples of Shiraz.
Discover more about this exciting wine growing nation with The Wine School of Cheshire.