From Riesling to Pinot Noir, here are five can’t-miss new wines from Australia
In the ’80s, Australia’s vintners created a wildly popular, new style of red wine with their plush, chest-warming shirazes from the hot Barossa Valley and McLaren Vale. But Oz is far from a one-grape wonder, and all along other varieties have jockeyed for recognition. Their day has come as the world wakes up to lighter, fresher wines from cooler, higher altitudes and maritime climates. These new releases make the case.