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Australian viticulture was essentially founded by British settlers who arrived in the country in 1788. Australia produces reds, dry whites and sparkling wine. Gaining international repute, Australia has a total of 60 wine regions, which are spread from east to west. Most vineyards are concentrated in the south of the continent, the most famous of which are: the Hunter Valley, Clare Valley, Margret River (Sauvignon Blanc), McLaren Vale, Barossa Valley (famous for its Shiraz), Swan Valley, Mornington Peninsula and Yarra Valley (Pinot Noir, Chardonnay).Read More

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