One of our favourite wineries from across the ditch, Taylors Wines, is beaming with pride after being recognised as one of the "Top 5 Wineries in the World" in a recent report
Last week, we heard about the new sensational Taylors Wines temperature technology, and this week, they're on top of the game again.
Taylors Wines have been recognised recently as one of the most awarded wineries in the world in 2015 by the World Association of Wine Writers and Journalists.
Receiving a combined total of 228 awards from a selection of key international wine shows and competitions, both Taylors Wines and Wolf Blass Wines represented Australia in the Top 5 of the Top 100 Wineries in the World for 2015.
This is the third consecutive year that family-owned winery Taylors has ranked among the top five best performing wineries in the world, a title Mitchell Taylor, third-generation Taylor family member and managing director of Taylors Wines, is honoured to receive.
“Since my father and grandfather founded the winery in 1969, our mission has been to create outstanding wines that could compete on the world stage. To be recognised year after year for our continued success abroad is a massive achievement and the wines we continue to produce just get better and better,” Mitchell says.
“We must be doing something right down in the Clare, and we’re very proud to be Australia’s top performing family winery yet again.”
Taylors Wines has a cabinet full of achievements from the 2015 WRW report, including the title for most awarded chardonnay in the world with the 2013 Estate Chardonnay. In the top 10 syrah/shiraz wines in the world, Taylors makes up three spots (more than any other winery in the world) with the 2012 St Andrews Shiraz, 2013 Estate Shiraz and 2010 St Andrews Shiraz; and in the Top 100 Wines of the World, Taylors Wines make up six on the list, with more points than any other Australian winery.
We're big fans of Taylors Wines here at Toast and we couldn't be more excited for our Australian friends.
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