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Babington Brook

A burst of aromas from southeastern Australia

New South Wales, a state in southeastern Australia twice as big as France (801,428 km²), is the country's second-leading wine-producing area, accounting for 27% of its output.

Our red wines



Also known as syrah, shiraz is Australia's most planted grape. It was brought straight from the Rhône Valley in the 19th century.
It has an attractive red cherry colour with crimson highlights and a very expressive nose mixing aromas of fresh and cooked red and black fruits and spice notes.
Fans of grilled red meats and aged cheeses will enjoy its velvety attack balanced by a fairly long liquorice finish.

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Chardonnay, probably the world's most famous grape, grows in Australia but differently than in France. Its straw-yellow robe is fairly intense for such a fresh wine. The finish has buttery flavours.
Ideal as an aperitif drink or to go with smoked fish, white meat, etc…


Other wines in our “Wines from the New World” range

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