South Eastern Australia is the huge Geographic Indication (GI) catchall that encompasses all of New South Wales, all of Victoria, and parts of Queensland and South Australia.
It is, for the most part, used to label inexpensive, bulk and blended wines made anywhere within the designation but most often simply refers to wines made in the vast, irrigated plantings of Riverina or Riverland.
Medium/dark red with a vibrant purple hue. The nose has a lifted bouquet with the Shiraz fruit expressing hints of plum, clove and pepper. Notes of vanilla and mocha have been added from the use of oak. On the palate the fruit from the nose follows with the luscious flavours of plum and vanilla giving the wine a long, lingering finish.
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