On a vast island in the Pacific, far from any other civilization, lies fields and fields of grapevines. This is Australia — a land of primordial landscapes, bizarre flora and fauna, the oldest civilization known to man, and jaw-droppingly delicious wine.
Despite the country’s gargantuan land mass, only a small percentage of Australia is planted to grapevines, making it relatively easy to concentrate your travels during your wine tasting adventure. If you fly into Sydney, you’ll quickly notice that Australia’s most famous wine regions are concentrated due southwest along its rugged coastline. Imagine the perfect Aussie road trip — majestic scenery, fun-loving locals, and some of the best Shiraz you’ll ever taste, straight from vineyards basking in the southern sun.]