That's right: beating out France and those winemakers across the ditch is a 2014 Jaraman Shiraz from Taylors Wines which averaged out as number one across the top 80 international wine competitions globally.
And the best part? This fine drop only costs a modest $30.
In the list, published by the World Association of Wine Writers and Journalists, four other popular Australian wineries - Wolf Blass, Jacob’s Creek, McGuigan and Taylors Wines - also made the top 20.
We'll drink to that!
This article originally appeared on marie claire.