New South Wales

Big Rivers

Murray Darling

Perricoota

Riverina

Swan Hill

Hunter Valley

Hunter

Central Ranges

Cowra

Mudgee

Orange

Northern Rivers

Hangings River

South Coast

Shoalhaven Coast

Southern Highlands

Southern New South Wales

Canberra District

Gundagai

Hilltops

Tumbarumba

Northern Territory

Queensland

Granite Belt

South Burnett

South Australia

Barossa

Barossa

Eden Valley

Mount Lofty Ranges

Adelaide Hills - Sauvignon Blanc and Chardonnay are the most widely planted grapes, but Pinot Noir is also present. These Pinot Noirs tend to have high acidity.

Adelaide Plains

Clare Valley

Fleurieu

Currency Creek

Kangaroo Island

Langhorne Creek

McLaren Vale

Southern Fleurieu

 

Limestone Coast

Coonawarra

Mount Benson

Mount Gambier

Padthaway

Robe

Wrattonbully

Lower Murray

Riverland

Far North

Spouthern Flinders Ranges

South Eastern Australia

Tasmania - An island just off the southern coast of Australia. It has a cool climate that is ideal for sparkling wine, Riesling, Chardonnay and Pinot Noir.  The Pinot Noir tends to have high acidity and low tannin that are considered crisp, as opposed to rich or jammy.

Northern Tasmania

Southern Tasmania

Victoria

Port Phillip

Geelong

Macedon Ranges

Mornington Peninsula - Near the southern coast of Australia, this region produces Pinot Noir with great complexity, balance, fragrance and smooth textures.

Sunbury

Yarra Valley - Because of its moderate climate, Pinot Noir is a primary focus of this region. These Pinot's are earthy with flavors of cherries and spice with soft tannins.

North West Victoria

Murray Darling

Swam Hill

Central Victoria

Bendigo

Goulburn Valley

Heathcote

Strathbogie Ranges

Upper Goulburn

Western Victoria

Grampians

Henty

Pyrenees

North Eastern Victoria

Alpine Valleys

Beechworth

Glenrowan

King Valley

Rutherglen

Western Australia

South Western Australia

Blackwood Valley

Geographe

Great Southern

Manjimup

Margaret River

Pemberton

Greater Perth

Peel

Perth Hills

Swan District