As popular as Australian wines are in the United States, they still are in many ways a new frontier. Aussie wine producers continue to bring new surprises, and their work reveals new facets beyond the mainstream business of inexpensive Chardonnay and Shiraz.In Australiaâ€™s wild westâ€”the faraway state of Western Australia, about five hoursâ€™ flight time from Sydneyâ€”the realm of cool-climate whites such as Riesling and Semillon-Sauvignon Blanc blends and sleek reds including trim Shirazes and ...
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