Australia is one of the world’s biggest producers of wine. From scenic Swan Valley to the rugged Granite Belt, the country is home to some of the world-leading wineries and vineyards. Here is a list of the top wineries and vineyards in Australia.
Located in Adelaide Hills, South Australia, this winery exploits the cool climate and high altitude of the Adelaide Hills to produce celebrated pinots and whites. It also has a restaurant, Magill Restaurant, that is famous for its food.
Founded in 2000 in Granite Belt, Queensland, Sirromet produces fine chardonnays and viogniers, as well as sparkling reds. The scenery, restaurant and glamping-style accommodation are worth visiting.
Located in Margaret River, Western Australia, Leeuwin is known for producing critically acclaimed chardonnays and cabernet sauvignons. The family-run wine estate hosts concerts and cookery classes all through the year and has an on-site gallery for visitors’ delight.
Located in Swan Valley, Western Australia, which is its oldest wine region, this wine estate boasts a gourmet deli, fine-dining restaurant, a cheese shop and microbrewery, where guests can freely taste the wine produced while munching the estate well garnished spit-roasted meat.
De Bortoli has three wine estates in Yarra Valley, Victoria, that specialise in producing pinot noirs and chardonnays. Its vineyard at Dixons Creek has an Italian-themed restaurant and a cheese shop.
This winery is a couple of hours’ drive from Sydney and produces award-winning Semillon in the scenic Hunter Valley. The wine estate houses three cottages where guests can stay the night, an on-site museum and the opportunity to enjoy gourmet picnics and tastings.
This winery is located in Hunter Valley, NSW and is best known for single-vineyard Shiraz and Semillon. The over 162-year-old family-owned winery has vineyards older than 100 years. It produces chardonnay too.
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