Wine from Australia
The world’s wine map could not be complete without the great contribution of the Australian sector. There are more than 60 officially recognized districts dedicated to this industry, with wineries spread over 50 states on an area of about 160,000 hectares. Each of these states has distinct wine-producing regions that use unique terroir, including climatic variations, terrain, and soil types, to produce various types of the drink in specific styles. Most Australian wine brands received their training overseas and have respect for established vineyards and areas. Therefore, the beverage has been made in a very traditional manner.
However, the wines of Australia are also quite avant-garde, with brands that are more and more willing to take risks and push the envelope. This very method —decidedly autonomous, a little irreverent, and wildly inspired—is well suited to the nation's distinctive climate and environment. As a result, they create a wide range of significant varieties of supreme tasting and a very vibrant texture. The region’s best grapes include Shiraz, Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay, and Merlot.