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Badgers Creek Semillon Chardonnay

Vines have been grown in Australia since 1788, when the first emigrants from England arrived there, bringing vines with them. The south, south-eastern and south-western parts of the continent were found to have a climate ideally suited to the planting of vineyards, and in the 1960s, Australian wine-making was changed significantly by the introduction of controlled fermentation, which produces fresher white wines.

Today, Australia produces consistently good wines that are generally fruity and soft. However, only a very small quantity rank alongside the best wines of the world.

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 South Australia

Wine Producer Vintage Order Code
Byrne Esate Chardonnay Byrne Estate 2013 BYR01
Byrne Estate Cabernet Sauvignon Byrne Estate 2013 BYR02
Byrne Estate Shiraz Byrne Estate 2013 BYR03
 
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