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Though for a while Australian wine had fallen out of favor, it has recently been experiencing a resurgence. As well it should, because these bottles tend to be friendly, versatile, and especially value-oriented.

The Australian wine most consumers are familiar with is Shiraz- that dense, spicy crowd-pleasing red for which that nation had become famous; however, an Cabernets, red blends, Chardonnays and even Pinot Noirs are all increasing in popularity. Wine in Australia stands alone superbly, but the juicy fruit of these bottles also lends to pairing with savory and even spicy dishes as well.

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Often referred to as "America's Heritage Grape," Zinfandel is the quintessential California grape. It is just this unpretentious, homegrown mystique that attracts anti-wine snobs to the many varied styles of Zinfandel.

Red Zinfandel's telltale bold flavors vary from raspberry liqueur to exotic Asian spice, chocolate and pepper notes. It’s generally high in alcohol, with rich, syrupy fruit and a lush texture, making it a favorite of another American tradition — barbecue. White Zinfandel wine is a blush wine made from the Zinfandel grape, generally much sweeter than Red Zinfandel. Regardless of whether its white or red, Zinfandel is purely an American wine phenomenon.

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