Wineries are a unique part of Australia, the country being one of the world’s leading wine producers. Wineries can be found all across the country, from the inland slopes of the Pilbara in the South West, through to the central coastal regions of Sydney. Wineries Australia has many different offerings for its visitors, with many having wine gardens complete with vineyard buildings and lush vineyards themselves. Many wineries also have cafes, restaurants and other dining options on site to make it easy for visitors to enjoy their wines while they relax. With Wineries Australia offers so much, it’s no wonder that the country is a popular destination for international wine travellers. Wineries include such names as Ovenproof, Collingwood, Red Hat, Penelope Creek and Syrah from Australia’s South West, Theilers from Adelaide, Merimbula from Western Australia, Beringer from New South Wales, and Mount Hotham from Victoria.
One of the most popular wineries in Australia, Syrah, is based in the beautiful state of South Australia, in the heart of the South West. Syrah is produced at three main vineyards in the Shorette Valley, namely Bellingen, Burleigh Heads and Mt Beauty. Syrahs are generally aged between six months to two years, with the best years between the ages of twelve months and three years. Australian Shiraz is renowned for its unique dark fruits, producing wines particularly suitable to sip after dinner.
The Winemakers’ Park is another popular tourist attraction, located near Melbourne. The Winemakers’ Park is home to more than 150 wineries, including Syrah, Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Zinfandel, and other popular grape varieties. Winemakers from New Zealand, France, and California are among the winemakers in this region, all producing award-winning wines. Other vineyards in the Winemakers’ Park include Blackall, Belle Mare and El Moutan. Wineries here range from medium to full-scale production, producing a wide variety of sparkling wines for local and international customers.