Australia by Producer

 
As the 4th largest exporter of wine in the world, Australia has achieved an incredible amount for a nation that only harvested its first bunch of grapes just over 200 years ago. Regardless of this, Australia has some of the oldest vines of Shiraz and Cabernet Sauvignon in the world, many brought over from Europe with the first migrant ships. Southern Australia has a cooler climate than the rest of the country and therefore the majority of the country’s wineries are located here in the well-known Coonawarra region and the Barossa and Clare Valleys.

Looking to Bordeaux for inspiration, today many Australian winemakers produce balanced and elegant wines, in particular Cabernet Sauvignons. Australia is also now known for its world-class Chardonnays which are much leaner, crisper and more restrained than the buttery, oaky flavours of Australia’s past.
 
 

Aramis Vineyards

 

Bowen Estate

 

Branson Coach House

 

By Farr

 

Cape Mentelle

 

Clarendon Hills

 

Colonial Estate

 

Coriole Vineyards

 

Craneford Wines

 

D'Arenberg

 

Deep Woods

 

Dutschke Wines

 

Elderton Wines

 

Fox Creek

 

Frankland Estate

 

Gembrook Hill

 

Giaconda

 

Gibson Wines

 

Glaetzer Wines

 

Glen Eldon

 

Greenock Creek

 

Grosset Wines

 

Henry's Drive

 

Henschke

 

Hentley Farm

 

Hobbs of Barossa Ranges

 

Izway Wines

 

JJ Hahn

 

Kaesler Winery

 

Kalleske Wines

 

Katnook Estate

 

Kay Brothers

 

Killibinbin

 

Leconfield

 

Leeuwin Estate

 

Massena

 

Maxwell Wines

 

Mitolo

 

Oliver's Taranga Vineyards

 

Parker Coonawarra Estate

 

Penfolds

 

Penley Estate

 

Penny's Hill

 

Pertaringa

 

 Robertson of Clare

 

Schubert Estate

 

Schwarz Wine Company

 

Shaw & Smith

 

Shirvington Estate

 

Songlines

 

Soumah

 

Spinifex Estate

 

Standish Wines

 

Stella Bella

 

Stonewell

 

Tatiarra

 

Ten Minutes By Tractor

 

Tolpuddle Vineyard

 

Torbreck

 

Two Hands Wines

 

Viking Wines

 

Wild Duck Creek

 

Yarra Yering