There have been a handful of countries that have proven more climatically advantageous in producing exceptionally renowned wines. Today, Australia is acknowledged as one of the top 5 best wine producing countries in the world.
While the country’s signature Shiraz grapes were first introduced in 1832, the modern era of Margaret River wineries has evolved from one initial grape farm in 1967 to an amazing viticulture paradise of over 200 private and public vineyards. The area’s climate and geography have proven to be an idyllic blend of the natural resources required for growing exceptional grapes. The Margaret River winery region produces 5% of Australia’s entire grape population, but boasts over 20% of the country’s entire premium market for wines.