Australia ranks in the top tier when it comes to the production and sale of wine on the international market. This is a rather surprising fact considering that wine making in Australia only started in the 1800's, compared to a number of other countries that had been in the business of wine production way before the first settlers arrived on Australian soil and started the practice.

Today, different varieties of Australian red wine and white wine can be found in major wine outlets the world over, some commanding as high a price as some of their famous European counterparts.


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