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Where is South-Eastern Australia?

South East Australia is not actually a region but is used on many commercial wine labels.

Grapes from the three states of South Australia, Victoria and New South Wales may be blended together to make a wine labelled South-East Australia. The designation can assist winemakers to produce consistent-tasting blends every year.

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