Australia | Victoria
The Victoria wine region of Australia is tucked into the south-eastern corner of the Australian mainland. Here the warm-climate regions of Murray Darling and Swan Hill are situated along the Murray River in the north west of Victoria. Further east along the Murray River, the region of Rutherglen has carved a reputation for unique fortified wine styles, such as Muscat, which boast the sweetest fruit flavours concentrated through long dry autumns.
Victoria’s other wine producing regions including Mornington Peninsula are generally cooler than those of to the north and west. The Yarra Valley region just half an hour’s drive from Melbourne is producing Chardonnay and Pinot Noir wines of immense elegance and delicacy.
From stylish and refined Chardonnay to the rich, voluptuous Shiraz found in the Goulburn Valley; intense and complex Pinot Noir to unique and decadent fortified wines, you’ll find a wine to suit any occasion from the diverse regions of Victoria.