Twelve of the most celebrated family names of the wine industry have joined together to launch an initiative called "Australia's First Families of Wine".
This highly-credentialed collective are some of the most celebrated names in Australian wine today, representing more than 5,500 hectares of the finest vineyards, over $1 billion of sales and over 1,200 years of combined winemaking experience - some very impressive figures indeed.
The aim of the "AFFW" is to engage consumers, retailers, restauranteurs and industry members across the globe about the real character and characters of Australian wine. The group will gather together on occasions to show the spirit of Australian winemaking is alive and well, and thriving as never before.
All these high-performing and long-standing wine companies are strongly supported by Dan Murphy’s, and we think that a program of this nature can only bring more attention and further success, promoting the quality and value of Australian wine to the world.
Every Dan Murphy’s store has an extensive range of wine from the AFFW collective, and many appear throughout our Fine Wine Buyer’s Guide. For more information on Australia’s First Families of Wine, visit australiasfirstfamiliesofwine.com.au
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