Australian Wine Trail

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Although Australia was a late starter in the fine wine field this country makes some of the greatest, most exciting and ridiculously good value wine in the world. Set against a scenic background, the AUSSIE WINE TRAIL is a 14 part half hour series. Filmed in High Definition this series takes in most of Australia's established and several significant newly emerging wine districts from South Australia's Barossa Valley to Queensland's Granite Belt, from the Hunter Valley near Sydney to the Margaret River district in Western Australia. The AUSSIE WINE TRAIL presents a tremendously wide range of this country's wines, their history, location and their behind the scene winemaker.



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Barossa

Barossa

The Barossa Valley is one of the most famous regions of South Australia.Rich in history dating back to 1847, and with a unique and profound Silesian...
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Sydney/Hunter

Sydney/Hunter

The story of Australian wine had its genesis here on the shores of Sydney’s harbour. It was soon relocated to nearby Parramatta, and soon after to...
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Queensland

Queensland

Queensland has two main wine making areas. The Granite Belt, with its wine pioneer Ballandeen Wines, has had a long history of table grape growing...
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Canberra

Canberra

Regarded worldwide as a model city, with its unique concentric circular streets, and more than 12 million trees and shrubs, Canberra, Australia’s...
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Tasmania

Tasmania

Tasmania is considered to be a separate Australian wine region, made up of several districts, each with climatic and terrain dissimilarities. They...
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Western Australia

Western Australia

The first vines were planted in Western Australia in the Swan Valley, near Perth in 1829 by Thomas Waters. Today it is home of the State’s largest...
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McLaren Vale

McLaren Vale

Today, McLaren Vale is highly regarded for its full bodied red wines, but early success was due to the production of fortified ports and sherries....
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Victoria-Beechworth/Rutherglen

Victoria-Beechworth/Rutherglen

The early development of the state of Victoria is tied to the discovery of gold in 1851 and the other finds which followed soon after. The local...
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Melbourne/Sunbury/Macedon Ranges

Melbourne/Sunbury/Macedon Ranges

Melbourne, capital of the State of Victoria, was once the gateway for the Australian colony’s biggest area of wine production. Today, in Victoria,...
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Coonawarra

Coonawarra

South Australia’s most famous wine area, but its most isolated, is Coonawarra, a small cigar shaped strip of terra rossa soil which produces wines...
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Goulburn/King/Pyrenees

Goulburn/King/Pyrenees

On the Goulburn River, and part of the Nagambie Lakes District is Tahbilk, established in 1860, which makes it the oldest winery in the state of...
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Limestone Coast

Limestone Coast

Halfway between Adelaide and Melbourne is the spectacular Limestone Coast, a several hundred kilometre stretch of still unspoilt natural coastline...
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Clare Valley/Langhorne Creek

Clare Valley/Langhorne Creek

The Clare Valley, two hours drive North of Adelaide, capital of South Australia, was the birthplace of Australia’s Riesling. Established by two...
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