Australia Wine Regions Map
Australia Wine Map - Key Australia Wine Regions
"Australia Wine Regions Map - Plan Your Trip!"
This map is help you identify the key wine growing regions in Australia. All of the regions listed on the Australia Wine Map below are the largest regions and all are worth visiting - although I have my personal favourites.
It all depends what type of wine you prefer and where you are planning to visit whilst in Australia.
Whichever one you choose, you will not be disappointed. The full bodied wines of the new world continue to please the pallet of many.
Which Region Is Right For You?
Firstly I encourage you to look at my Wine Australia page to understand more about what makes Australian wine unique as well as more information about the regions.
No real surprises in terms of where the regions are located. As you can see from the wine regions of Australia map, they are in the "cooler" areas of the country around the coast and to the south of the country.
If you are planning to visit the East Coast Australia then a trip to Hunter Valley about 1.5 hours outside Sydney is a good idea.
Or visit Mornington or the Yarra Valley just outside Melbourne.
My personal favourites would be to visit the 3 Adelaide Wine Regions. or head to the Margaret River. in Western Australia. A hidden gem is also the Tama Valley in Tasmania.
Your choice will depend on your wine choice. I personally love Pinot noir and sparkling wine which is exactly what you'll get in Tasmania.
If a big red is more your thing then head to the Adelaide Wine Regions and probably the Barossa Valleywhich is just outside Adelaide.
The Granite Belt in Queensland is less well known but is a delightful are offering full bodied Shiraz and Cabernet Sauvignon.
For white wine try the Margaret River for Sauvignon Blanc or Clare Valley for Riesling,
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