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Ellenville's Number 1 Trip Advisor Restaurant!
Monday, December 28, 2015
Australian Wine Dinner | Aroma Thyme Bistro | Hudson Valley Restaurant
Australian Wine Dinner
January 29th, 2016
Four course paired wine dinner
$54 per person
Frisk, Victoria Prickly Riesling
Grilled Prawn Cocktail, Kiwi Curry Salsa
GSM Barossa Valley Estate
Creamy Macadamia Nut & Roasted Tomato Soup
Shiraz Barossa Valley Estate
Slow Braised Lamb Shank, Tomatoes, Pineapple,
Roasted Potato Hash
Yarra Valley Pink Moscato
Coconut Pavlova Cake, Winter Berries
RSVP (845) 647-3000
Australia is not only known for its wildlife and nature’s spectacles. It is also famous for its wine, which is sophisticated, elegant and made of high quality grapes. In fact, Australia is the fourth largest wine exporter in the world, thus no wonder Australian wine is an invaluable part of liquor stores in many countries. This is due to unique wine flavours which are a result of distinct wine regions.
But world is not the only one that has acknowledged the beauty of Australian wine. We, as a nation, are recognising all the positive characteristics of our wines as well. Did you know that wine is becoming the drink of choice for many?
Here are few more facts about Australian wine industry that may interest you.
Australia produces more than 1 billion liters of wine each year.
Australia is home to some of the world’s oldest vineyards, which date back to 1850.
The first wine production in Australia was in 1788.
Most popular Australian wine regions are: Barossa Valley, Yarra Valley, McLaren Vale, Hunter Valley, Tamar Valley and Margaret river.
Australia’s oldest wine region is Barossa Valley.
Many Australian vineyards have become major tourist destinations as a result of the increasing wine popularity. These wine tourist destinations also contribute to increasing online wine sales Australia.
Wines from different vineyards feature one-of-a-kind characteristics and are in some sense, trademarks of each wine region. The uniqueness of every climate determines the taste note of each wine. Thus, each region is known for producing certain type of wine.
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