Australia is producing the best wines in its history. To celebrate this, we’ve rounded up ten we believe have great fine wine potential and are set to be the stars of the future.
While he refuses to put the price up of his popular old vine Shiraz, Amon-Ra, winemaker Ben Glaetzer is to release a bespoke bottling to rival his top drop.
British talk show host and comedian, Graham Norton has launched a Shiraz following the success of his Sauvignon Blanc.
Tannic Italian grape Sagrantino will one day rival Shiraz as the best red variety in Australia according to Chester Osborn of d’Arenberg.
South Australian producer Henschke is launching a limited edition collector’s box of two “exceptional” back vintages of its iconic Hill of Grace in the UK.
Jacob’s Creek has launched its premium whisky-cask aged wine into the UK market.
Australian winemaker Dave Powell has spoken out about being ousted from his own winery, Torbreck, in 2013, describing himself as “a lamb to the slaughter”.
The outspoken Australian winemaker on the Torbreck fallout, declaring himself bankrupt and his ambition with his new vineyard venture to be “the DRC of the Barossa”.
Premium New South Wales wine producer McWilliam’s has released its “1877” Hilltops Shiraz and “842” Tumbarumba Chardonnay onto the Hong Kong market.
Following on from our round-up of best value Syrahs, we reveal the showstopper wines priced over £30 that were awarded a Gold or Master medal in the drinks business Global Syrah Masters.
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