Make no mistake about it: Australia is one of the world powers of wine. It is famous for its fresh, fruity red and white table wines that manage to be extremely consistent in quality.
The climate of individual regions has the greatest influence on wine style, and so the key to unlocking the potential of Australia’s wines is understanding the geographical distinction of its vineyards. The five most important wine states in Australia are: Western Australia, South Australia, Victoria, New South Wales, and Tasmania.
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New South Wales
New South Wales wine region is one of the major wine regions of Australia with diverse sub-regions spread over 800,000 km2 in this large southern state. Its best-known sub-region is Hunter Valley, which happens to be the oldest wine region in Australia, however, there are several sub-regions in its ever-expanding wine territory.
Western Australia red wine produced from Cabernet Sauvignon and blends, particularly from Margaret River, has been instrumental in the prestige of Western Australia wineries. Chardonnay and blends of Sauvignon Blanc and Semillon have also been important and continue to be benchmarks of their styles.