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15 Australian Wines for Every Palate

New reviews of reds, whites and sparkling wine for $35 and under
Courtesy of Thorn-Clarke
Thorn-Clarke's Shotfire Quartage comes from Barossa fruit from the St. Kitts, Milton Park and Kabininge vineyards.
MaryAnn Worobiec
Posted: November 16, 2017

We forget that Australia is close in size to the continental United States. There are 65 wine regions across the country, representing remarkable geographical diversity. This week's collection of Aussie wine is a great reminder of the many different regions that are making terrific wines, and the variety of styles, from crisp sparklers to aromatic whites and expressive reds. All cost $35 or less. Get the scores and tasting notes!

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