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Wineries and Wine RegionsDiscover the wineries and wine regions of Australia

James Halliday has reviewed over 2500 Australian wineries across the country's rich and diverse wine regions. This section features winery content extracted from James Halliday's Wine Atlas of Australia and will help you learn more about the history, winemakers and viticulture of these regions. Begin by selecting a state on the map below. You'll then discover all of the wine regions of that state and beyond that, the wineries and wine.

Or jump to one of the most popular regions here:

Barossa Valley * Hunter Valley * Margaret River * Mclaren Vale * Yarra Valley * Mornington Peninsula * Adelaide Hills * Clare Valley * Canberra District * Southern Tasmania

Featured ArticleThe story of Best’s Great Western

We consider the 150-year history of much-loved Victorian vineyard Best’s Great Western, and winemaker Justin Purser shares what it’s like to work with 1867-planted vines.

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Arlewood EstateDark Horse Winery

We find out the story behind Margaret River winery Arlewood Estate. The vineyard has a history dating back to 1988, but it’s only under Garry Gosatti’s watchful eye that the site has really begun to bloom.

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James on the story of Burch Family Wines

James tells the story of those behind Burch Family Wines, explaining how each individual has been instrumental to the brand's success.

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Interview: Punt Road winemaker Tim Shand

Winemaker Tim Shand suddenly has Yarra Valley winery Punt Road kicking goals from all angles. Campbell Mattinson catches up with the talented winemaker to find out the secret to his success.

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Sue Bell WinemakerTrue to form

Winemaker Sue Bell is a Coonawarra loyalist and Bellwether Wines is her labour of love. She doesn’t own vines, but the story of her growers is integral to her own. Here, she tells her story.

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Wines considered to offer special value for money.