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Why China Can’t Get Enough Australian Wine

It’s not New Zealand or the U.K. or the U.S. that imports the most Australian wine. It’s China. From June 2018 to June 2019, Australia exported $1.2 billion worth of wine to the Asiatic superpower, which is triple the value of wine bought by Australia’s second biggest wine importer, the United States. China’s enthusiasm for Australian wine is a phenomenon that can be explained by the novelty and quality of Australian wine, and China’s roaring economy.  

 

Five Australian Wines For Every Budget

Australian wine offerings continue to grow and expand thanks to the remarkable array of established and emerging producers. This article takes a look at some top pick of Australian wines and the best part; you don’t need to spend top dollar to get these quality bottles of wine.

 

Exclusive Dombeya Winemaker`s Fireplace Dinner featuring NZ and Australian wines

Join Dombeya Wines  for a special tasting on August the 16th.

 

Australian wine industry slams New Zealand`s Sauvignon Blanc

The Australian wine industry has hit out at New Zealand’s sauvignon blanc, with one Aussie wine-maker labelling popular Kiwi sav “the McDonald’s of wines”.

 

Demand for Australian wine soars as nation’s tastes change

Turning 30 is cause for a big party, so when Chang Jie celebrated his 30th birthday at a karaoke bar in Beijing recently, cases of 2009 Chateau Lafite were in high demand.

 

Australian wine sales have fallen sharply as industry faces worst slowdown in 15 yrs

In the green foothills of the Brokenback mountain range in the Hunter Valley, the first buds of spring have begun to flower,

 

Australians to pour a million bottles of wine down the drain

Treasury Wine Estates, the world’s second biggest winemaker, has said it is planning to clear a backlog of unwanted wine in the United States.

 

Australian medical experts slam ‘myth’ that red wine is good for you

A group of Australian health bodies has attacked what it calls the ‘myth’ that red wine can have health-giving properties.

 

De Wetshof Limestone Hill Chardonnay 2019 Rings in Great Year for Cape Wine Wines

The just-released De Wetshof Limestone Hill, one of South Africa’s most popular unwooded Chardonnays, emphasises the reputation 2019 is attaining for being one of the best vintages for white wine in the Cape’s recent history. According to Johann de Wet, CEO of De Wetshof Estate in Robertson, the relatively wet 2018 winter put some much-needed moisture back into the soils. But it was the temperate weather conditions before and leading up to the 2019 harvest that resulted in optimum ripening of fruit in the vineyards.

 

How to drink red wine in summer

Red wine conjures images of a night in. The fire is crackling, a big, hearty meal is braising, and you take a sip of wine that warms you from the inside-out. Red equals winter, essentially.