Margaret River Wines- An Experience in Itself

I’ve often heard people say that making a great wine is like blending art and science perfectly well together. Achieving that perfect balance is important in both the cases. Indeed, that is right! However, along with the knowledge of latest science used to grow grapes and make wine, it is the knack of intuitively knowing what’s right for each batch of grapes that sets apart great from good.

This is the approawills_domain_bitza_2009__63749ch that makes Margaret River one of Australia’s and the world’s finest wine growing regions. The first vines were planted here in 1967 and the region now proudly boasts of over 200 vineyards. Surrounded by water on three sides, the region has typical Mediterranean climate that offers perfect growing conditions making Margaret River famous for its wines all over the world. In today’s date, Margaret River wines grace the tables of the world’s most refined and stylish people.

Margaret river wines are great in intensity, character and length. The world’s most highly regarded wines like the Chardonnay, Cabernet Blends and Cabernet Sauvignon that are celebrated for their multi- layered complexity, dense fruit flavors and cellaring potential are produced in this exotic region. Few other excellent varieties would include the famous Shiraz, Sauvignon Semillon Blancs and the rare ones like Viognier and Sangiovese.

Margaret River wines are the most sophisticated ambassadors for this region. With the variety that this place offers, one

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would be spoilt for choice.

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