Western Australia---- Isolated and breathtakingly beautiful , it’s no surprise that the Western Australia wine regions yield such captivating wines. From world famous Margaret River,with it’s coveted cabernet sauvignon and chardonnay and flagship blends of sauvignon blanc and semillon, to the Great Southern,which has fast gained serious clout for its pristine wines. There are so many regions and styles to explore.
New South Wales ------- New South Wales is the second largest wine producing state in Australia, accounting for 30 percent of the 5 Billion dollars Australian Wine Industry. No other state has the variety, soil and growing conditions enjoyed by the wine regions of NSW. New South Wales, the most populous state contributes little more than 27 per cent of Australia’s wine.
South Australia ------ The South Australian wine industry is responsible for more than half the production of all Australian wines. South Australia has a vast diversity in geography and climate which allows the state to be able to produce a range of grape varieties - from the cool climate , Reiling variety in the Clare Valley wine region to the big full blooded Shiraz wines of the Barossa Valley.
Victoria -------- Victoria wine is wine made in the Australian State of Victoria. With over 600 wineries Victoria has more wine producers than any other Australian State, but ranks third in the overall wine production due to lack of massive bulk wine producing areas like South Australia, Riverland and New South Wales Rivenna.
Tasmania ------- Tasmanian wine is wine produced in the Australian State of Tasmania. Located at a more southerly latitude than the rest of Australia’s wine regions. Tasmania has a cooler climate and the potential to make distinctly different wines than the rest of the country. The area grows primarily Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Pinot Gris and Cabernet Sauvignon. Global warming has had a positive effect on the Tasmanian wine industry , allowing most of the grapes in the past few vintages [ as of 2005 ] to ripen fully and produce more vibrant wines.