Wine Regions in NSW

Regional NSW is home to 14 incredible wine regions, growing a variety of grapes and producing both cool and warm climate wines. Enjoy wine tasting, eat delicious food made by passionate local, producers and soak up the atmosphere at food and music festivals across the State.

You’ll find plenty of things to do and see in the wine regions, from meeting winemakers at cellar doors to dining in acclaimed restaurants. Take a wine-tasting tour and discover boutique wineries while learning the art of wine making.

Wine tasting at Margan Wines and Restaurant in Broke, in the Hunter Valley

See the beauty of the vines from above in a balloon ride over Hunter Valley, Australia’s oldest wine region, play golf among vineyards or take a Murray River paddle-steamer to a riverside winery. You can even enjoy wine tasting after a morning on the ski slopes at Snowy Vineyard Estate.

There are food and wine festivals celebrating everything from the picking and the crushing of the grapes to the wines, fresh produce and gourmet creations. Check out the exciting events calendar for classical, jazz, blues and rock concerts among the estates. Below you’ll discover more about individual wine regions.

Mudgee Vineyard - Country NSW

Mudgee Wine Region

This gorgeous region entices wine and food lovers to its cellar doors, cafes and restaurants.

Philip Shaw Wines, Orange

Orange Wine Region

Delicious food and wine experiences abound in this splendid cool-climate region.

Lillypilly Estate Wines, Riverina

Riverina Wine Region

Rich soil produces grapes for a lot of wines, including the award-winning Botrytis semillon.

Cowra Wine Region 

Cowra Wine Region 

Taste winning varietals from vignerons dedicated to sustainable winemaking practices.

Hilltops Harvest

Hilltops Harvest

The high altitude coupled with long summers and autumns are excellent for ripening.

Riverboat on The Murray

Murray Wine Region

Explore bountiful vineyards in the Murray-Darling basin, including the Perricoota region.

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