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Large Island the size of the US
Located in the south Pacific ocean
Almost all the vineyards are located in the southern part of the island.
6th in wine production
The Largest wine exporter of new world countries.
4th in the world after Italy France and Spain.
2nd largest importers to the US after Italy by volume and 3rd in value.
Hot and Dry and relatively inhospitable to grapes.
Rivers: Murray, Darling, and Murrumbidgee provide the necessary water.
South coast vineyards are exposed to Maritime cooling by the westerly winds.
There is a primary mountain chain that runs parallel to the southwest coast.
-North of Sydney. its Hot and Hummid and known Manly for Semillon.
west side of the dividing range. has an elevation of 2,000 feet. known for cabernet Sauvignon.
Country's coolest wine growing area, and short growing season. known for Chardonnay, pinot noir, and sparkling wines.
- continental climate. Hot summer days but frosts in the spring and fall. Known for Fortified Muscat and big reds like shiraz
Yarra valley and Mornington Peninsula-
Eastern part of Melbourn. cool climate. High Humidity with little summer rain. Known for Pinot Noir and Chardonnay.
Primarily High alcohol fruit driven, full bodied wines
Red wines are more prevalent then white wines.
Sparkling- made in cooler regions from chardonnay and pinot noir and also Shiraz usually on the sweet side
Dessert- botrytised rieslings and semmillons and late harvested Muscats
Port Style fortified wines are an Australian specialty made from Muscat
Best Known for Shiraz- same grape as the syrah of the rone Valley. more than 1/4 of vineyard acreage.
Chardonnay- most prevalent
Similar to the United States
Geographical indications (GI)- simply the area on the map.
No restrictions on viticultural or vinicultural procedures.
Place of origin can be the country itself or one or more states.
Within the States More GIs
85% must have been grown in the appellation in order to list a single GI
85% must be of the variety or vintage in order to label a vintage of single grape varieties.
If more than 15% of a blend is used the label can forgo naming the grapes or name them in decending order
first country to require a "Best Before" date- meant for wine with a shelf life less than two years.
cool climates influenced by the winds of Mt. Carnel range. Known for Shiraz
best known of the five regions of the limestone Coast- bright red soil ( terra rossa. known for cabernet Sauvignon.
Barossa, Clare, Eden and McLaren Valley-
meditranean climate. Warm and dry. cool winds come off the ocean. Known for Shiraz and Rieslings.
southwestern part of the country. constant sea brezes keep the area very cool. Known for White wines.
Split evenly between consumption and exports.
Situated in the pacific Ocean 1200 miles from Australia.
comprised of two main islands
Cooler climate relative to the distance from the equator.
Southern Alps- runs the length of the south island.
Eastern part of the island is drier and sunnier due to the mountain range
North Island have a few volcanoes that result in similar climates as the south island.
Most vineyards are found within these two rain shadowed areas.
South island. Half of New Zealand's Vines. 85% Sauvignon Blanc. Largest producerof pinot Noir
Second largest region in the country. east of the North Island. Warmest regions. the leading producer if red wines other than Pinot Noir.
Northeast neighbor to Hawkes Bay. Chardonnay Capital.
Souternmost part of the North Island. known for Pinot Noir
Adjacent from marlborough on the south Island. Known for Sauvignon Blanc.
Most Southerly Wine region in the world. New wine growing area focuses on pinot Noir.
White Grape Varieties
Sauvignon Blanc-48% of total acreage
Other leading whites
the only red grape variety that ripens adequately in the cool climate
Other leading reds
In the process of replacing the voluntary system of "wine of origin"
Adopted the Standard 85% of the grape must come from the appellation, vintage and variety in order to put on the label
Sauvignon Blanc 2013
Color: Light Straw
Aromas:Lifted aromas of passion Fruit and Citrus
Palate:Rich and mouth filling with passionfruit characters and notes of citrus good length and juicy acidity. Excellent structure and balance.
Food parring: Light Seafood and Chicken
This smooth wine offers notes of meaty red cherry, toast, strawberry, cranberry, savory herbs and red plum.
Fire Road Marlborough, New Zealand Pinot Noir
Shiraz Cabernet Sauvignon Petit Verdot
This Wine is entirely Fruit Driven Its light to Medium Bodied palate with viberently fresh fruits and superfine tannins
This zippy Riesling is floral and weighted, with notes of lime sorbet, rose petals and a hint of fennel.
With its racy verve, subtle complexity and just a tinge of sweetness, it’s a perfect companion for both sweet and spicy dishes... or simply on its own. Refreshingly complex on the palate.
Frisk Prickly Riesling
Sophora Sparkling Rose
This floral, refreshing sparkler offers notes of gardenias, red cherry, orange rind, cranberry and cream.