The Wines of Australia

The Wines of Australia

128 products
    128 products
    Tyrrell's Vat 1 Semillon 2016
    Tyrrells
    €51,00
    Yering Station Pinot Noir 2018
    Yering Station
    €18,50
    Tolpuddle Pinot Noir 2022
    Tolpuddle
    €69,00
    Henschke Keyneton Estate Euphonium Shiraz 2016
    Henschke
    €53,00
    Shaw + Smith Sauvignon Blanc 2022
    Shaw + Smith
    €21,00
    Shaw + Smith M3 Chardonnay 2021
    Shaw + Smith
    €31,00
    Moss Wood Amy's Red Blend 2020
    Moss Wood
    €30,00
    Yarra Yering Dry Red No. 1 2017
    Yarra Yering
    €68,00
    Leeuwin Estate 'Art Series' Riesling 2021
    Leeuwin Estate
    €22,50
    Hoddles Creek Estate Pinot Noir 2021
    Hoddles Creek Estate
    €25,00
    Tyrrell's Hunter Valley Semillon 2023
    Tyrrells
    €17,50
    Pikes 'Eastside Shiraz' 2018
    Pikes
    €20,00
    Leeuwin Estate 'Siblings Shiraz' 2018
    Leeuwin Estate
    €23,00
    Hentley Farm The Beast Shiraz 2015
    Hentley Farm
    €85,00
    Fox Creek Cabernet Sauvignon 2018
    Fox Creek
    €22,00
    d'Arenberg The Dead Arm Shiraz 2017
    d'Arenberg
    €38,00
    Giant Steps Primavera Vineyard Pinot Noir 2021
    Giant Steps
    €42,50
    Ben Glaetzer Bishops Shiraz 2019
    Ben Glaetzer
    €27,00
    Penfolds Cellar Reserve Chardonnay 2018
    Penfolds
    €47,00
    Yarra Yering Dry Red No 2. 2016
    Yarra Yering
    €67,50
    Fox Creek Short Row Shiraz 2017
    Fox Creek
    €35,50
    Yering Station Village Shiraz 2017
    Yering Station
    €17,00
    Xanadu Exmoor Sauvignon Blanc Semillion 2019
    Xanadu
    €12,50
    Xanadu Exmoor Cabernet Sauvignon 2016
    Xanadu
    €14,00
    Vasse Felix Heytesbury Cabernet Sauvignon 2010
    Vasse Felix
    €80,00
    Tyrrell's Hunter Valley Shiraz 2018
    Tyrrells
    €16,50
    Shaw + Smith Shiraz 2019
    Shaw + Smith
    €33,00
    Pikes " Hills and Valleys" Riesling 2022
    Pikes
    €14,50

       The Wines of Australia

         Australia’s vastness provides an incredible range of terroirs, from coastal regions to high-altitude vineyards. Each area contributes distinct flavours to the wines. The coastal vineyards benefit from maritime influences, while high-country vineyards experience cooler temperatures and unique soil compositions. It is in this diversity that allows Australian winemakers to craft wines that reflect their specific location, resulting in a rich tapestry of flavours.

    Coast to Coast: From the cool-climate regions of Tasmania and Victoria to the sun-drenched vineyards of South Australia, winemakers adapt to local conditions.

    High Country: In the elevated regions, such as the Victorian Alps or the Great Dividing Range, winemakers contend with cooler temperatures and shorter growing seasons.

    Southern States: The wet and cold climates of states like Victoria and Tasmania favor certain grape varieties, such as Pinot Noir and Chardonnay.

    Dry East Coast: The eastern seaboard, including New South Wales experiences warmer temperatures and drier conditions, ideal for white wine varieties of Chardonnay and Semillon

    Mediterranean Climate of the West: Margaret River in Western Australia enjoys a Mediterranean climate, perfect for elegant Cabernet Sauvignon and Chardonnay.

    Australian winemakers embrace the concept of terroir. They work closely with the land, understanding its nuances and adapting their practices accordingly and by doing so, they bring out the best in each grape variety, allowing the region’s unique characteristics to shine through. Whether it’s the minerality of the soils, the sea breezes, or the altitude, every element contributes to the final wine. They blend tradition with innovation. They respect classic techniques while experimenting with new approaches. Sustainability, organic practices, and minimal intervention are gaining prominence, ensuring a harmonious relationship with nature.

    Australia's winemakers combine age old traditions with modern practices and adventurously explore new grape varieties such as Tempranillo, Sangiovese and Saperavi. These grape varieties, often sourced from warm Mediterranean climates, add new dimensions to the Australian wine landscape and offer wine lovers unique taste experiences. The pioneering ethos of the country's vintners is another defining characteristic of Australian wine. 

    They are at the forefront of viticultural innovation, harmonizing age-old traditions with avant-garde practices.Australian winemaking is a wonderful fusion of geography, climate, and craftsmanship. From the rugged coastlines to the sun-kissed valleys, each bottle tells a story of its unique origin to produce the finest examples of premium winemaking anywhere in the world.