Riverina Wine Region


New South Wales Winery Accommodation

Riverina Wineries and Vineyards 


Riverina is New South Wales largest wine region producing the bulk of the state's grape harvest. As of such it is mostly known for its bulk wines, however, a few wineries have recently emerged to become some of Australia's premier boutique producers.


The region runs west to Broken Hill, south-east to Albury and north-east to Parkes taking in the fruitful areas of Leeton and Griffith. To Indigenous Australians this area is known as Wiradjuri country. Murrin Bridge Vineyard is located in Wiradjuri country and is the first indigenous wine label produced in Australia.


Harvest begins in the Riverina in late February and continues through to April. The most popular grapes grown in the area are Chardonnay, Chenin Blanc, Gewürztraminer, Marsanne, Semillon and Verdelho and, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Pinot Noir, and Shiraz.

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