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New South Wales Wine Regions
New South Wales
than 200 wineries and most only a
day trip from Sydney
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Regions of NSW
are located within 20 to 60 minutes drive from the national capital. Most are
located in the Murrumbateman/Yass area, with sub districts in Hall and around
Bungendore & Lake George.
is currently one of the fastest growing wine regions in NSW. A
pleasant three hour drive west of Sydney, the town is located on
| Hastings River
is the most northerly coastal wine
growing region in NSW. It has a sub tropical climate and is an ideal
destination for beach lovers who also enjoy wine.
/ Nepean Sydney- The
very first grape vines were planted in 1788 at the first farm near
Sydney's Circular Quay. Today several wineries are located along or
near Sydney's Nepean / Hawkesbury River system.
is divided into the agricultural
districts of Young, Boorowa, Harden and Murrumburrah.
Hunter Valley is Australia's oldest and most visited
wine region. Located just north of Sydney, it can be reached by car in
Hunter Valley is an area of consistently good white wines. The
main varieties grow are Chardonnay, Semillon & Shiraz.
Mudgee region, with rich volcanic
soils produces wines of great depth and character, is located in the
Central Ranges of NSW.
is marked by its cold, crisp winters,
warm summers with cool nights that tend to concentrate flavors. Its
elevation and rich soils are also major influences.
is located in the south of NSW. Most of
the areas wineries are located around Griffith and Leeton.
lies near the border of NSW and
Victoria, on the western slopes of the Snowy Mountains. Pinot Noir and
Sauvignon Blanc are two important varieties here.
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