Australian Wine

Grapes arrived in Australia from the Cape in the late 1780s. In the first half of the 19th century viticulture was spread throughout much of the country by a mix of European immigrants, including Italians, Germans, Croatians and Swiss. New techniques modernised Australian wine production in the 1950s and exports boomed in the 1980s as premium grape varieties took over in the country's vineyards. This is a country of constant reinvention where every imaginable style of wine is produced and is currently undergoing something of a quality-driven renaissance.

3 wines
Old World
2010 Bin 150 Marananga Shiraz, Penfolds, Penfolds
Red | Still | 14.5%
Case of 6 Bottles
price under bond
New World
2001 Hill of Grace Shiraz, Henschke
Red | Still | 13.5%
Single Bottle
price duty paid
New World
1998 Hill of Grace Shiraz, Henschke
Red | Still | 13.7%
Single Bottle
price duty paid
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