Wine is a great catalyst for conversation as well as debate, especially if it’s a significant part of your everyday business. Most wine drinkers know what style of wine they like. Some like lots of fruit, others prefer their drop dry. But if booze is your biz, the power of furthering your wine knowledge can not only improve the ability to buy wisely but can also significantly increase sales to your customers.
Australia is the fourth largest producer of wine in the world with an international export market of over 400 million litres annually, in addition to an equivalent domestic market. Clearskin wines were introduced in Australia during the early 2000’s. Intake of wine in Australia has greatly increased since the introduction of clearskins and many clearskin wines are now cheaply sold as beer.
However, in the recent years organic and biodynamic wines have been increasing in popularity, following a worldwide trend. Because of this trend, Australian wines are no longer confined to bars and wineries in the country. These wines have made way into the European market and it can be found in almost all famous restaurants across Europe. With this, the Australian wine trend will surely continue in years to come.
Below are some of the wines to watch out for next year: