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Celebrates as Australia makes the world’s top bubbly.

January 30, 2021 Beverage No Comments

The world’s best sparkling wine has been announced and excitingly it is from Australia, beating all other premium sparkling wines from around the world, including Champagnes such as the fabulous Krug.

Made by esteemed Tasmanian winery House of Arras, House of Arras EJ Carr 2004 Late Disgorged 2004 has been named ‘Top Sparkling’ by one of the world’s leading and most influential wine publications, Decanter Magazine.

This is a real win for the Australian wine industry and in particular for Tasmania — a wine region that is gaining international recognition well above the volume of premium sparkling wine it produces.

WINE REVIEWS

Tyrrells 2019 Beside Broke Road Margaret River Dry Rosé ($20) — a blend of Margaret River shiraz, tempranillo and merlot that is a delightful pink and completely dry. It’s a great food wine and has fine mid-palate texture. Serve with pizza or drink on its own.

Tyrrells 2020 Beside Broke Road Margaret River Sauvignon Blanc ($20) — look for the variety’s trademark passionfruit and grassy flavours. The region is definitely maritime do this wine the favour of serving with an appropriate light seafood dish such as mussels.

WINE OF THE WEEK

Arras NV Blanc de Blanc ($35) — Made purely from cool-climate chardonnay, this is definitely a creamy number made to drink on its own in a purely celebratory fashion or with lighter dishes. It’s a ripper bubbly. Well done, Ed and team, you are worth bottling.

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