The Australian Prime Minister has been ridiculed for the contents of his wine cellar, which critics claim makes a mockery of the country’s wine industry.
A Canberra Shiraz/Viognier has scored 98 points in the latest Australian Wine Companion, the highest score ever awarded to a current release wine.
A rare set of 100-year-old Seppeltsfield tawnies was snapped up within 90 minutes of going on sale, despite its AU$4,000 price tag.
We consider the fast-growing interest in Tasmania in our second of ten installments on Australia’s evolving wine industry.
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