About 150km north of Sydney.  Whether you want to take a winery tour, sample the extraordinary local produce, or just kick back and relax, the Hunter Valley provides the perfect setting. Wineries & Vineyards Emerging as a successful wine-growing region in the 1820s the Hunter Valley has long known the benefit of rich, fertile soils and warm, humid temperatures.The Hunter Valley is home to some of the oldest and best-known wine producers in the country. With over 180 years in the business, these producers have a wealth of experience in growing and producing their own unique wine styles. in particular semillon  As well as the more traditional Hunter Valley wineries, there are also numerous innovative young growers, utilising new techniques to develop new styles and flavours. Information courtesy of Visit NSW

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Mudgee is 265km north west of Sydney. With a continuous history of winemaking since the 1850s, Mudgee is the third largest grape-producing region in NSW and has more than 110 wine grape growers and around 30 cellar doors. The region is known for its concentrated and flavoursome red wine styles as well as its chardonnay. Mudgee Food and Wine Mudgee region’s temperate climate allows for the slow ripening of grapes, offering the perfect opportunity to sample wines with personality and character while relaxing in a sophisticated yet peaceful country setting. The region produces great chardonnay and has a reputation for crafting cabernet sauvignon and shiraz of great character. Recent years have also seen success with sangiovese, barbera and zinfandel. . Information courtesy of Visit NSW

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570 km. west of Sydney.The Riverina is the second largest wine producing region in Australia and the largest in NSW. It is a flat tract of land on the state's SW plains and is centred on the city of Griffith. One in four glasses of Australian wine is made in the Riverina. With grape production of 300,000 tonnes in 2013, the Riverina (centred on Griffith and Leeton) is the largest grape producer in New South Wales (60% of production) with vineyards covering an area of over 20,000 hectares. There are 16 wineries, many with cellar door facilities. Riverina wine makers produce one in every four glasses of Australian Wine. Winemakers are generally large-scale producers of high-quality, value-for-money table wines.

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Located just over an hour south of Sydney, New South Wales, the Southern Highlands is the perfect weekend escape for anyone looking to get away and unwind from the hustle and bustle of big city life. Although young, the Southern Highlands’ wine scene is home to more than 60 vineyards specialising in pinot noir and pinot gris. The region encompasses the towns of Exeter, Moss Vale, Sutton Forrest, Bowral, Berrima and Mittagong. Pinot noir and pinot gris are acknowledged specialties of the region, however the areas wine producers are also cultivating impressive cool-climate chardonnay, merlot, riesling, sauvignon blanc and shiraz, as well as producing award-winning sparkling wines. .

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75 km south of Melbourne.With more than 50 Mornington Peninsula wineries featuring cellar doors, this is one of the hottest spots in Australia to sip a little, learn a lot and discover some gems for your own cellar. Pinot Noir and Chardonnay are the stellar wines, but superb Shiraz, Pinot Gris and Pinot Grigio are stealing more of the limelight. There's also some sibling rivalry in the Mornington Peninsula cellar door scene: think handcrafted beer including seasonal releases, local apples made into whole-juice cider, and artisan distillers creating distinctive gin, vodka and grappa.  It is home to more than 50 boutique cellar doors and the region's renowned pinot noir and the newer regional varietals, including pinot grigio, pinot gris and shiraz. Regions within a region. Information coutesy of Visit Victoria

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Rutherglen is one of Australia’s most celebrated wine regions. Winemaking has been at the heart of the region since the 1850s. Generations later, the families who founded Rutherglen are still making wine today, joined by entrepreneurial newcomers bringing fresh ideas to build on the region’s history. Rutherglen offers a rich diversity of style – red and white table wines, sparkling wines and its internationally acclaimed fortified wines Rutherglen is home to more than twenty wineries, spanning from 150 year old household names, to newcomers to the region, just beginning to forge their own history. Most are family owned, boutique operations and all share a belief that quality is more important than quantity. Touring the regions Cellar Doors is a breeze. Information courtesy Of Wine Victoria

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The Yarra Valley produces some of Australia’s finest pinot noir, sparkling wine and other cool-climate wines. The Yarra Valley is approximately a one hour drive north-east of Melbourne. There is no public transport to the valley, so the best way to get there is on an organised tour or by hire car. The Yarra Valley is home to more than 80 wineries, ranging from small, family-owned operations to large estates. The region is renowned for producing Australia's finest pinot noir and sparkling wine, along with a range of other cool-climate wines. It was Victoria's first planted wine region back in 1838. The region is known for its fresh produce including freshwater salmon, trout and caviar, organically grown fruit and vegetables and handmade cheeses and preserves. Fill your picnic hamper on the self-drive Yarra Valley Food Trail or at the many huge, fresh food markets.The Yarra Valley also has a long history of making beer, and local craft brewers welcome visitors to their micro-breweries to sample their beers and ciders.

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1 h 2 min (75,9 km) north west via National Highway M20. Wine has been a way of life in Barossa since 1842. Fast forward to today, and Barossa is home to more than 550 grape growing families, many with the sixth generation still working the same plot of land, supplying quality grapes to more than 170 wine companies. The best Barossan wines sit comfortably alongside the great wines of the world. Barossa Shiraz and Eden Valley Riesling have led the way as regional heroes, with Cabernet Sauvignon, Mataro, Grenache, Semillon and Fortifieds wines all contributing to Barossa's standing as one of the world's great wine regions. Barossa incorporates both Barossa Valley and Eden Valley, making it one of the only areas in Australia to have neighbouring warm and cool climate growing conditions.

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120 kilometres north of Adelaide. In the Clare Valley, row upon row of elegant vines sit beside untamed Australian bush and pristine farmland. With five separate and uniquely diverse sub-regions, the Clare Valley is an expanse of sweeping gullies and rolling hills.The first vineyards were planted in the 1830s by European settlers, who built stone hewn structures and cottages alongside the vines. Today, there are more than 5,000 hectares under vine, and over 40 cellar door outlets. Grapegrowers claim the unique combination of geography, geology and climate, results in terroir that is perfect for producing world-class wine. Warm days, coupled with cool nights during the growing season provide favourable conditions for most wine varieties grown in the region.

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35 kilometres south of Adelaide. The region’s reputation as arguably Australia’s most consistent wine region stems from the ability of the best producers to leverage their understanding of McLaren Vale’s layers of complexity. McLaren Vale is one of the most geologically diverse wine regions in the world with unique interactions between geology, soils, elevation, slope, aspect, rainfall, distance from the coast, macro-climatic differences all contributing factors.Increasingly, this knowledge is also used to produce single vineyard wines that speak even more clearly of the individual vineyard parcels from which they come. Today the region is known for cutting edge viticulture and winemaking techniques with 7463 hectares under vine of which 51% is planted to Shiraz.

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270 kilometres/3 hours south of Perth. The Margaret River region is home to 20 percent of Australia’s premium wines, making Margaret River wineries a key destination for any visit to the area. There are over 70 wineries which can make it hard to choose which to visit. We have split the wineries into helpful groups to make it simple to find what suits you. Most Margaret River wineries are open to visitors and allow for wine tastings. Some locations offer a variety of amenities including restaurants and cafés, some are especially “family-friendly,” whilst others have earned the classification of “boutique.” Today there are over 5,000 hectares under vine and approximately 215 grape growers and wine producers in the region.

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25 minutes drive from Perth. Take a self-drive tour of the award-winning Swan Valley Food and Wine Trail. This scenic 32-kilometre loop encompasses more than 150 places to indulge your appetite, including relaxed winery cafes, breweries and distilleries, fine restaurants and many roadside stalls selling fresh local produce. The trail is well sign-posted and maps are available from the Swan Valley Visitor Centre in Guildford to help you plan your own unique food and wine experience. Dine alfresco in the vineyards or fill your basket with locally grown fruit and vegetables, local cheese and olives and hand-made chocolates and have a picnic in the parklands. Enjoy a delicious ice cream in fresh local fruit flavours. Unwind with live music or sample the boutique beers and spirits at one of the region's microbreweries or distilleries. Information courtesy of Australia.com

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Tasmania enjoys a global reputation as a leading producer of premium cool climate wines, winning high praise and accolades from wine judges and critics alike. The majority of the Northen Region grapes are grown in: the Tamar Valley. Cool climate grape varieties most common in Tasmania are: Pinot Noir - 44% (used for both table and sparkling wine) Chardonnay - 23% (used for both table and sparkling wine) Sauvignon Blanc - 12% Pinot Gris - 11% Riesling - 5% Other varieties include Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Gewürztraminer. The Tamar Valley occupies an area around Launceston, Tasmania's second largest city, and follows the course of the Tamar river for approximately 30 miles (50km). Like much of Tasmania, Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Riesling are the most important grape varieties planted here, making balanced, premium wines in the area's cool maritime climate. Information courtesy of Wine Tasmania

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 Tasmania enjoys a global reputation as a leading producer of premium cool climate wines. There are three main regions that are generally considered to cover the Southen Region:Coal River has small-scale wineries, taking advantage of the cool, dry conditions to make focused, taut examples of Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Riesling, all Tasmania specialties.; Derwent Valley,  a wine region in Tasmania, located in the countryside just north of Hobart. Like much of Tasmania, the key grape varieties here are Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Riesling, all of which make premium wines – both still and sparkling; Huon Valley, is a wine region in southern Tasmania, just south of Hobart. The area's cool climate and high sunshine hours make it a perfect region for the production of complex, high-quality Chardonnay- and Pinot Noir-based wines in particular. Information courtesy of Wine Tasmania

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The Granite Belt is an area of the Great Dividing Range in the Darling Downs region of Queensland, Australia. The Granite Belt is centered on the town of Stanthorpe. The cool, high country of the granite belt is located on Queensland's southern border. It is the northernmost part of the New England Tablelands. The region offers a personal and intimate wine experience unlike any other in Australia. A typical Granite Belt vineyard is dominated by Australia's favorite varieties Shiraz, Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay and Merlot, in that order. The increasingly popular Verdelho and Viognier are two of the better-performing varieties here, both of which have consistently increased their share of the region's plantings over the past decade.

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