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Australian wine in the USA

Australian wine in the USA is dominated by the 'critter wines' you know the ones, [yellowtail] and Little Penguin. They rely on cute labels to sell fairly ordinary wine in great volumes.

But some winelovers are looking for more interesting wines from down under...wines made from the new varieties by the innovatives small and medium sized wineries.

So I'm asking the help of Vinodiversity readers to share the word about where to get the good stuff. Do you know where to find Aussie wines, other than Cabernet, Shiraz and Chardonnay in the US?

  • Maybe you are an expat who has found a good wine shop with a diverse range
  • Perhaps you are a local who has developed a taste for good Aussie wines with some secrets
  • Or if you are a retailer and have a good Australian wine list you should let us know about it
If any of these fits you, let us know about the where and what to finding interesting Australian wines in the USA.

Finding Australian Wines in the US

Sure, you can find Aussie 'critter' wines all over the States, but what about the interesting varietal wines?
Do you know any good wine stores, online or offline? Does their range extend beyond Shiraz and Chardonnay?

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