Some countries can easily be identified by their famous landmarks: the Eiffel Tower for France, the pyramids for Egypt, the Taj Mahal for India, the Sydney Opera House for Australia, etc. There are also those that are known for their excellent products: Switzerland for its Swiss watches, Cambodia for its silk, Japan for its electronic products, etc.
There are countries, however, that are known both for their world-famous landmarks and what they produce, and one such country is Australia. We all know that this country is known for the landmark mentioned earlier, as well as its other iconic tourist attraction, the Harbour Bridge. What makes the land down under popular among tourists is also the excellent wines it produces. Its wine industry happens to be the world’s fourth largest wine exporter, sending out approximately 750 million liters of wine a