Australia has more than 2.400 vineyards in 65 wine regions spread across the country. Australian wine region can produce more than 100 different grape varieties and around 30 million glasses of Australian wine is consumed worldwide every day. Australia is the place of most of the oldest wine in the world since the 1850s.
Best Australian wine experience is a collection of award-winning wineries premium in many regions as the most famous wines in Australia, serving a variety of different experiences beyond the wine tasting room.
The winery is not just a place to taste and to buy wine. They also provide restaurants, events, arts, and also the tour behind-the-screen, personal foretaste, lesson about wine and gastronomy in all variety of the most stunning locations in Australia. These are a few places where produce wine in Australia:
Margaret river, West Australia Wine Region
Leeuwin estate is most popular wine region in Australia, located near Margaret River in Western Australia, one of the world’s premium wine regions. Margaret River is most famous for the white wines, particularly chardonnay and Semillon sauvignon wine mixture.
Leeuwin Estate has earned an international reputation for producing an amazing wine. This winery produces varieties of chardonnay,Shiraz, Riesling sauvignon Blanc, cabernet sauvignon and Semillon.
Leeuwin released the first commercial vintage wines in 1979 and quickly attract international attention. Leeuwin now exports to over 30 countries.
Leewin’s wine label, especially the Art Series, was already famous in the world. The art galleries to observe more than 100 paintings from major contemporary Australian artists on the wine label.
Visiting the wine tasting room to experience solid-match food and wine is excited. And then taking a tour to wine making process and try sample wines for free.
Enjoying regional cuisine and stunning views of the award-winner at Leeuwin restaurant is very nice, where the vineyard hilly unfolds against a backdrop of the ocean and forest.
The special events held throughout the year, including a cooking class, dinner with wine and alfresco summer concert.
Leeuwin estate is located approximately 3 hours from Perth CBD. For an unforgettable experience, you can also take a scenic flight chartered 45 minutes from Perth to private airstrip Leeuwin.
Barossa valley,West Australia Wine Region
Jacob’s Creek visitor center is the hometown of Jacob’s creek’s wine and located in the most famous wine region in Australia, Barossa Valley in South Australia, and only one hour from Adelaide city center. This place recognized as premier tourist wine sites in Australia.
The south Australian Tourism Hall of fame in 2010, winning the best major tourist attraction for three consecutive years, and also won the award in 2011 Australian Tourism Awards, best tourism restaurant, and best tourism winery.
The visitor center provides an unforgettable culinary tourism experience with a blend of tempting food and wine, as well as views of the vineyards and the vast hills.
The building is a stunning display of environmental design worthy of benchmarks, based on the principles of sustainability, recycling, and energy conservation.
Jacob’s creek is the first commercial wineries in the Barossa Valley. Its name comes from the river where the winery was originally founded. Now the winery produces varieties of Shiraz, Sauvignon, Semillon, Riesling, Cabernet Merlot and Chardonnay.
Go Jacob’s creek visitor’s center for lunch and get solid-match food and wine with relaxed atmosphere in the award-winning Jacob’s restaurant, maybe the best experience ever.
Adelaide hills, South Australia Wine Region
Penfolds Magill estate
Adelaide hills is a cool climate and most vibrant wine region in Australia’s , well-known in the world with a distinctive premium wines, wine cultivation, and the beautiful landscape.
Penfolds has become the leading winery since the early days of wine making in Australia , and has an international reputation in terms of producing the best quality wines.
Magill estate vineyard historic listed in the world heritage was founded in 1844 by Dr Christopher Rawson Penfold and Mary.
This place was originally known as Grange Vineyard, named according to their new farm house. The Grange cottage is still standing in the middle of the vineyards.
In subsequent years, these wineries inspire and supplying fruit to Penfolds Grange, which was considered widely as the top wines in Australia. This plantation was first planted with Grenache grapes from the cuttings are taken from the south of France.
Winery exudes charm and character of its founders, who with pioneering spirit bring their family name into Australian people’s homes since more than 165 years ago.
Now, the winery produces varieties of Shiraz, Chardonnay, Cabernet Sauvignon, Sangiovese, Pinot Noir, Traminer, Pinot Gris, Tempranillo, Viognier, Grenache, Mourvedre, Riesling, Merlot, Semillon, and Sauvignon Blanc.
Let’s bring you into then history, philosophy, and the spirit of the Australian wine industry through a historical tour at Penfolds Magill Estate.
Visit the awesome underground tunnels, original cottage and blue-stone wine tasting room listed in the world heritage, before trying the famous Penfold premium collection.
Adelaide hills wine region is located in the Mount Lofty Ranges, about 15 minutes from Adelaide CBD.
McLaren Vale South Australia Wine Region
Mclaren vale is another South Australia wine region. It’s located in the middle of wavy hills and beautiful coastline, McLaren Vale Mediterranean climate create ideal conditions for cultivating grapes.
Shiraz is the most important grape varieties cultivated in the region, and includes about half of the production in this region. Climate and soil produce concentrated fruit and wine flavored with dark purple color that can last for decades in the bottle.
D’arenberg established in 1912, it is one of the most important wineries in McLaren Vale. In the 1970s, d’arenberg wines have won important national and international profile.
D’arry’s verandah restaurant in this winery is one of the high precious restaurants in South Australia wine region, and it is built on a beautiful hilltop, adjacent to the wine tasting room.
You can book a private session and enjoy the deep of understanding about the traditional art of wine making. In blending bench, you can try to be a wine maker and give it a name of your own wine to take home.
You can walk and ride to explore the ancient railway line between Wilunga and Seaford. You will cross the vineyards, passing through olive groves and old gum trees, and permeates this beautiful rural area.
There are more than 50 wineries scattered throughout the McLaren Vale region. Approximately 270 independent grape growers can also be found here. McLaren Vale is located about 35 kilometers south of Adelaide. Its a one of Australia wine region that you should go.