Dining table set with wine at Pizzini Wines © Pizzini Wines

Pizzini Wines, King Valley, Victoria © Pizzini Wines

Iconic Australian wines and where to try them

Reserve Chardonnay poured at the Cellar Door tasting bar at Yering Station © Yering Station

Yering Station, Yarra Valley, Victoria © Yering Station

Vineyard in the Mornington Peninsula © Victorian Wine Industry Association

Mornington Peninsula, Victoria © Victorian Wine Industry Association

Top tip

Many of the Mornington Peninsula’s wineries also have excellent restaurants, such as Pt. Leo Estate and Willow Creek Vineyard.

Couple enjoying prosecco at a picnic at Brown Brothers Winery © Visit Victoria

Brown Brothers Winery, King Valley, Victoria © Visit Victoria

Woman holding a glass of white wine during a wine tasting at Tyrell’s Wines © Rob Mulally

Tyrell's Wines, Pokolbin, New South Wales © Rob Mulally

Wine tasting at Penfold’s Magill Estate © South Australian Tourism Commission

Penfold's Magill Estate, Adelaide Hills, South Australi © South Australian Tourism Commission

Did you know?

Penfolds Grange is the most collected wine in Australia.

Aerial view over Amato Vino in Margaret River © Tourism Western Australia

Amato Vino, Margaret River, Western Australia © Tourism Western Australia

Top tip

The Coonawarra wine region on South Australia’s Limestone Coast is also known for its superb cabernet sauvignon. Try it at Bowen Estate.

Couple with picnic basket in front of the d’Arenberg Cube in McLaren Vale © Tourism Australia

d'Arenberg Cube, McLaren Vale, South Australia © Tourism Australia

Car driving along the Tamar Valley Wine Route © Tourism Tasmania/Tamar Valley Wine Route

Tamar Valley Wine Route, Kayena, Tasmania © Tourism Tasmania/Tamar Valley Wine Route

Vineyards of Helm Wines in Murrumbateman © Helm Wines/Id Photographics, Irene Dowdy

Helm Wines, Murrumbateman, New South Wales © Helm Wines/Id Photographics, Irene Dowdy

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