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Australia Takes Top Spot At 2021 London Wine Competition

15/04/2021

Australia’s 2015 Anubis Cabernet Sauvignon made by Levrier Wines in the Barossa Valley has been awarded Wine of the Year in the fourth annual London Wine Competition.

Australia’s 2015 Anubis Cabernet Sauvignon made by Levrier Wines in the Barossa Valley has been awarded Wine of the Year in the fourth annual London Wine Competition.

At the 2021 London Wine Competition, products are judged by Quality, Value and Package by some of the world’s leading tastemakers in wine including 14 Master Sommeliers, 14 Masters of Wines as well as some of London’s leading wine buyers.

Joanne Irvine, Winemaker

Jo Irwine, Winemaker and Owner

Winemaker Jo Irvine’s career began following her father, James Irvine, around the winery, undertaking the ritual tasting of ferments and wine blending at seven years of age. Her father is known as the “Master Merlot Maker”.

Upon hearing the news Joanne Irvine said, “What a fantastic accolade to win for a small family-owned winery in the Barossa. World-Class Wine Shows like the London Wine Competition understand the importance of the creative process involved in making a beautiful work of art, both on the inside and the outside of the bottle, that really appeals to wine lovers.

I spent years with my small team bringing Levrier to life, from vineyard to final packaging, so I am genuinely delighted to be recognized with these awards.

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