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Australian Wine

Blockbuster wines with disproportionally low price tags. I mean, there is some other stuff going on in Australia, but this is where most people tend to focus. Shiraz and Cabernet are the 'red' stars of the show, with Chardonnay as the predominant white, but there are some truly exceptional winemakers experimenting with pretty much every grape varietal on the planet, with (usually) exceptional results. It's worth remembering when talking about Australian wine, that there is an absolutely astonishing variation in terroir across the country (as one might expect of a country with a land-mass 33 times that of the UK), and that matching grape to terroir (territory?) becomes a lot easier when you've got such space to play with.

John Duval Plexus 2008

75cl, 14.5%
John Duval

The Plexus is a Rhone-style blend made by John Duval in Australia's Barossa Valley. He uses a blend of 48% Shiraz, 31% Grenache and 21% Mourvedre in this Chateauneuf du Pape style wine and was 100%…  More info

John Duval Plexus 2008

Yalumba The Guardian Shiraz Viognier 2009

75cl, 14%
Yalumba Winery

An Australian red from the Barossa region made with Eden Valley Shiraz and just a little Eden Valley Viognier, matured in new French and Hungarian oak hogsheads and French oak Barriques (22% new…  More info

Yalumba The Guardian Shiraz Viognier 2009

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