The $26 wine named best in Australia – as one state cleans up at a prestigious international award ceremony
- International wine awards recognised Aussie wineries
- $26 wine won best Australia white in show
- All gold medal winners were from South Australian wineries
A South Australian wine has just been named best in the country at a prestigious international award ceremony – and it’s under $30.
Taylors Wines’ $26 2022 Jaraman Adelaide Hills and Clare Valley Chardonnay won the Best of Show Australian White and a gold medal at the 2023 MUNDUS VINI Grand International Wine Awards.
The MUNDUS VINI awards is Europe’s biggest wine competition determined by a panel of 240 expert judges from all over the world over six intensive days.
Schubert Estate Wines in the Barossa Valley claimed the title for the Best of Show Australian Red and a gold medal for its 2018 Schubert Estate Goose-Yard Block Shiraz which will set you back $95.
Of all the 43 Aussie wines that were awarded gold medals at the ceremony all of them were from South Australian wineries.
Taylors Wines’ $26 2022 Jaraman Adelaide Hills and Clare Valley Chardonnay (pictured) won the Best of Show Australian White and a gold medal at the MUNDUS VINI Grand International Wine Awards
Seven more of Taylors Wines’ drops were awarded gold medals at the ceremony while two earned silvers deeming it the Best Producer in Australia in the show’s results.
The 2022 chardonnay is described by Taylors as a intensely flavoured that is complex yet elegant.
The 2022 chardonnay is described by Taylors as a intensely flavoured that is complex yet elegant
It has distinct citrus, white peach and nectarine characters with a subtle flinty note.
Taylors Wines has taken home the trophy for the top white wine at MUNDUS VINI for seven of the past nine years.
Taylors Wines third-generation Winemaker and Managing Director Mitchell Taylor said he was honoured to fly the flag for South Australia on an international platform.
‘MUNDUS VINI is an intense competition, judged by more than 240 wine experts from across 46 nations, so the calibre of judging is incredibly high,’ he said.
‘Our Jaraman Chardonnay is an exceptional value wine, showcasing the best of the Adelaide Hills and Clare Valley wine regions in the finished blend.’
Other budget wines that won’t break the bank and landed gold medals at the esteemed awards included the 2021 Kirrihill Regional Series Clare Valley Shiraz for $15.99 and the 2022 Taylors Taylor Made Pinot Noir Rosé for $25.
Australian drops for $30 and under that won gold medals at the 2023 Mundus Vini wine awards
2021 Kirrihill Regional Series Clare Valley Shiraz – $15.99
2020 Kilikanoon Killerman’s Run Shiraz – $16.99
2021 Penny’s Hill ‘Cracking Black’ Shiraz – $21
2019 Thomson Estate W&J Clare Valley Shiraz – $22
2022 Taylors Taylor Made Pinot Noir Rosé $24.99
2022 Sidewood Estate Chardonnay – $26
2022 Wakefield Jaraman Sauvignon Blanc – $26
2022 NV Arctic Fox Creek Grand Cuvee – $29
2020 Kirrihill Partner Series Clare Valley Shiraz – $30
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