The Australian Wine Regions

The Australian Wine Regions

128 products
    128 products
    Vasse Felix Sauvignon Blanc - Semillon 2018
    Vasse Felix
    €17,95
    Vasse Felix Heytesbury Cabernet Sauvignon 2010
    Vasse Felix
    €80,00
    Pikes 'The Assemblage' 2020
    Pikes
    €17,50
    Moss Wood Vineyards Semillion 2018
    Moss Wood
    €33,00
    Moss Wood Vineyards Chardonnay 2021
    Moss Wood
    €57,50
    Moss Wood Amy's Red Blend 2020
    Moss Wood
    €30,00
    Domaine Naturaliste Rachis Syrah 2018
    Domaine Naturaliste
    €22,00
    Xanadu Exmoor Sauvignon Blanc Semillion 2019
    Xanadu
    €12,50
    Xanadu Exmoor Cabernet Sauvignon 2016
    Xanadu
    €14,00
    Yering Station Village Shiraz 2017
    Yering Station
    €17,00
    Yering Station Village Chardonnay 2018
    Yering Station
    €17,50
    Leeuwin Estate 'Art Series' Riesling 2021
    Leeuwin Estate
    €22,50
    Henschke Mount Edelstone Shiraz 2016
    Henschke
    €175,50
    Henschke Keyneton Estate Euphonium Shiraz 2016
    Henschke
    €53,00
    Shaw + Smith Shiraz 2019
    Shaw + Smith
    €33,00
    Ben Glaetzer Anaperenna 2021
    Ben Glaetzer
    €41,00
    Tyrrell's Vat 47 Chardonnay 2021
    Tyrrells
    €58,00
    Penley Estate Genevieve Chardonnay 2019
    Penley Estate
    €15,00
    Brokenwood Late Picked HV Semillon 2021
    Brokenwood
    €23,00
    Brokenwood Stanleigh Park Semillon 2013
    Brokenwood
    €33,00
    Brokenwood Indigo Vineyard Chardonnay 2022
    Brokenwood
    €39,00
    Irrewarra Chardonnay 2021
    Irrewarra
    €49,00

    The Australian Wine Regions

    Australia’s wine regions are as diverse and dynamic as the country itself, each offering a unique expression of terroir and a variety of wine styles. Each of the regions contributes to the rich tapestry of Australian wine, offering a wide range of styles from the robust reds of Barossa Valley to the refined sparklings of Tasmania. The diversity of climates and soils across these regions allows for a remarkable variety of grapes to be grown reflecting regional styles.

    Gaining insight into Australia’s topography, weather patterns, soil types, and viticultural areas can enhance your appreciation of its wines. The entire country, encompassing all six states and two territories, contributes to wine production. However, the majority of vineyards are situated in the south eastern and southwestern regions, which are known for their cooler climates. The vine-covered area in Australia spans approximately 145,000 hectares, which is about 0.02% of the nation’s total land area, and is marginally smaller than the combined vineyard spaces of Bordeaux and Burgundy.

    Australia’s venerable soils and unique southern hemisphere climate give rise to terroirs that produce wines comparable in quality to European varieties, yet they possess a character that is distinctly their own.

    Click on the states wine regions below to discover much more.