Some of the loudest buzz these days in Australian wine centers on Tasmania, the island that is the southernmost state in the country and therefore the coolest (closest to the pole, of course). I just spent a couple of days in Tassie, tasting wines and visiting with small- to medium-size producers (there are no large wineries), some of whom don't export to the Australian mainland, let alone to the U.S.
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