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Australian wine is rated best in the world and it’s cheap

  • An Australian wine has been rated the world’s best, and it only costs $20
  • Taylors’ Jaraman Shiraz 2014 was given the prize of the world’s most awarded
  • Taylors Wines was also named top ranking winery among 50,000 internationally 

An Australian wine has been rated the world’s best – and you could pick one up from the bottle shop for just $20.

The World Association of Wine Writers and Journalists (WAWWJ) has release its ranking of the world’s top wineries, with family-owned Taylors Wines nabbing the number one spot among 50,000 producers.

Taylors’ Jaraman Shiraz 2014 was also given the gong for the most awarded wine in the world.

Australian family-owned Taylors Wines has nabbed the number one spot among 50,000 wine producers

Taylors¿ Jaraman Shiraz 2014 was given the gong for the most awarded wine in the world (stock image)

Taylors’ Jaraman Shiraz 2014 was given the gong for the most awarded wine in the world (stock image)

In what may be even better news, the Aussie wine which has been rated the best in the world doesn’t come with the expected heavy price-tag.

A bottle of Taylors’ Jaraman Shiraz is selling for just $20.90 at Dan Murphy’s, meaning the Aussie grog that’s the best worldwide could be in your glass for a very reasonable cost.

WAWWJ president Leonardo Cantellani praise the performance of Australian wineries in 2017.

Taylors Wines managing director Mitchell Taylor said he was ¿incredibly proud' (winery pictured)

Taylors Wines managing director Mitchell Taylor said he was ‘incredibly proud’ (winery pictured)

‘The broader Australian presence is significant this year with 21 Australian wines on the list of the top 100 wines in the world and a ranking of 5th on the list of most awarded countries,’ he said.

Taylors Wines managing director Mitchell Taylor said he was ‘incredibly proud’.

‘Since the beginning we’ve sought to make wines that can take on the best in the world.

‘Australia produces some of the world’s most incredible wines and recent success in global competitions prove this.’

 

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