Wineries and Wine RegionsDiscover the wineries and wine regions of Australia

There are sixty-three wine regions in Australia within Victoria, South Australia, New South Wales, Perth, Tasmania, Queensland and Western Australia. The diversity of Australian landscapes and soils ensures an optimal environment for every variety of wine grape, whether the cool climate of Tasmania for pinot noir, or the Mediterranean summers of the Margaret River in Western Australia for cabernet sauvignon.

Whether it is rielsing, semillon, sauvignon blanc or chardonnay, pinot noir, grenache, merlot or cabernet sauvignon - or any one of the numerous other varieties, Australia creates wines from these grapes that are among the best in the world.

Australia's top 10 wine regions:

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

Discover Australia's Wine Regions

Victoria Wine Regions:

Alpine Valleys | Ballarat | Beechworth | Bendigo | Central Victoria Zone | Geelong | Gippsland | Glenrowan | Goulburn Valley | Grampians | Great Western | Heathcote | Henty | King Valley | Macedon Ranges | Mornington Peninsula | Nagambie Lakes | Pyrenees | Rutherglen | Strathbogie Ranges | Sunbury | Swan Hill | Upper Goulburn

South Australia Wine Regions:

Adelaide Hills | Adelaide Plains | Barossa Valley | Barossa Zone | Clare Valley | Coonawarra | Currency Creek | Eden and Barossa Valleys | Kangaroo Island | Langhorne Creek | Limestone Coast Zone | McLaren Vale | Mount Benson | Mount Gambier | Padthaway | Riverland | Robe | Souther Eyre Peninsula | Southern Fleurieu | Southern Flinders Ranges | Wrattonbully

New South Wales Wine Regions:

Big Rivers Zone | Canberra District | Central Ranges Zone | Cowra | Gundagai | Hilltops | Hunter Valley | Mudgee | Murray Darling | New England | Orange | Perricoota | Riverina | Shoalhaven Coast | Southern Highlands | Tumbarumba | Upper Hunter Valley

Western Australia Wine Regions:

Blackwood Valley | Central Western Australia Zone | Denmark | Frankland River | Geopraphy | Great Southern | Greater Perth Zone | Margaret River | Mount Barker | Peel | Pemberton |Perth Hills | Porontgurup | Swan Valley

Tasmania Wine Regions:

East Coast Tasmania | Northern Tasmania | Southern Tasmania

Queensland Wine Regions:

Darling Downs | Granite Belt | Queensland Coastal | Queensland Zone | South Burnett

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.

Wine Regions

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