Posted: Dec 04, 2020
An Aussie sparkling wine has been been dubbed the world's best and has even managed to beat French competitors from the Champagne region.
Tasmanian winery House of Arras was awarded 'Top Sparkling' by Decanter Magazine, for its 'E.J. Carr Late Disgorged 2004', with winemaker Ed Carr telling 7 News he's 'still blown away' by the impressive accolade.
"For us, from very humble beginnings of looking at Tasmanian wine-making, to be able to achieve this is absolutely stunning," he told the news site.
"It was quite unexpected to go to this level, and our confidence has just gotten stronger."
The award-winning wine is made with a mix of 69 per cent Chardonnay and 31 per cent Pinot Noir.
"25 years ago we chose Tasmania as the source for a premium sparkling wine. It's proof that we made the right choice I guess," Carr said. "We've learned over time that these wines age so gracefully.
"They just have this beautiful freshness and vibrancy."
By Jessica Lynch
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