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Top Australian multi-regional blends

Free from strict appellation laws, Australia is known for its creative winemaking – and nothing demonstrates this better than its multi-regional blends, says Sarah Ahmed...

Fine wine is virtually synonymous with single vineyards, estates and individual regions. But not in Australia, whose winemakers are famously free of constraints.

Take the iconic Penfolds multi-regional blend Grange. Creator Max Schubert attributed a visit to Bordeaux with sparking ‘the idea of producing an Australian red wine capable of staying alive for a minimum of 20 years’.

Sarah’s top Australian multi-regional blends:


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