Knowledgeable Australian Wine Connoisseurs

Discover the Best of
Australian Wines
In Australia, the grape varietal, growing region and the fermentation process will influence over the flavour profile to produce the most exquisite and fascinating flavour and quality of wine.
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The Best of Australian Wines

Some of the world’s premium wine producing regions can be found in Australia. ANZ Wines Export are able to offer our clients a comprehensive selection of different wines and help you choose the right wine for your needs. Our experience in wine exportation and our close relationships with select Australian wineries enables us to offer quality wines. And to ensure a successful wine exportation to your chosen destination.

Shiraz

Shiraz

Shiraz is one of Australia’s most celebrated wine exports. One of the first original varieties to be brought to Australia,
this beautiful red wine has established itself as a firm favourite among Australian and international wine palettes.


Flavour Profile

Expect medium to full-bodied wines with varying flavour profiles with a tendency over time to develop aromas including peppers, berries, currants, and even chocolate.


Region

Shiraz thrives in moderate to warm climate areas. South Australia and particularly the Barossa Valley, is home to the world’s oldest Shiraz vines.


Quality

There are varying qualities of Shiraz available from everyday affordable drinking wines to some of Australia’s most sought-after, collectible fine wines.

Cabernet Sauvignon

Cabernet Sauvignon

Cabernet Sauvignon has a long history in Australia dating back to the mid 1800s.
This red grape varietal produces exquisite dry red wines and is often a dominant component in blends.
Not a particularly adaptable variety. It prefers moderately warm climates – a mild maritime climate is ideal.


Flavour Profile

Cabernet Sauvignon often produces medium to full-bodied wines with firm, structured tannins and boasts aromas of cedar and currant, with hints of mint.


Region

Premier Cabernet Sauvignon producing regions in Australia include Coonawarra and the Margaret River.


Quality

This classic red has a wide range of qualities. Affordable Cabernet Sauvignon is available along with highly sought-after wines crafted by Australia’s top producers of Cabernet Sauvignon.

Pinot Noir

Pinot Noir

Lighter in colour than Shiraz and Cabernet, Pinot Noir holds dazzling complex flavour and appeal.


Flavour Profile

The flavour profile of Pinot Noir is accustomed to light to medium bodied wines with aromas of ripe rich berries including cherry and strawberry.


Region

In Australia, the successful planting of Pinot Noir exists in temperate climates and areas within proximity to the ocean or altitude. The leading production region for Pinot Noir exists in Adelaide Hills.


Quality

Pinot Noir wines in Australia are innately premium in style in quality, primarily due to noted challenges of crafting successful Pinot Noir wines.

Sauvignon Blanc

Sauvignon Blanc

Refreshing classic white Sauvignon Blanc is incredibly popular and well known for its fresh and vibrant tropical flavours.


Flavour Profile

Sauvignon Blanc popularity is driven by the fresh vibrant and distinct flavours of this light bodied wine.


Region

This grave varietal grows best in cool but sunny regions of Australia, particularly influenced by the cooling of the ocean or altitude to deliver ripeness and fruity flavours. Wine producing areas of Adelaide Hills produces some of Australia’s most notable Sauvignon Blanc wines.


Quality

Considered as Australia’s favourite white wine. Sauvignon Blanc ranges from affordable easy drinking through to medium priced and premium quality wines.

Chardonnay

Chardonnay

Classic white and cool Chardonnay is one of the most widely planted grape varietals in
Australia and produces a variety of different wine styles from light bodied to full bodied.


Flavour Profile

Expect a wide range of styles dependent on the climate the grape is grown in. A cool climate will produce lighted bodied wine with higher acidity and subtle flavours, while a warm climate will produce full-bodied wine with full fruit and bolder flavours.


Region

Easily adaptable, can be grown in both warm and cool regions. Adelaide Hills is a known region for producing complex chardonnay.


Quality

The quality of chardonnay can vary from everyday affordability with soft fruity flavours to complex, region specific and aged versions.

Riesling

Riesling

Known for its flavour of fresh citrus and minerals, Riesling is responsible for producing premium quality dry white wines.
In Australia, certain regions have gained international attention for producing the best examples.


Flavour Profile

Riesling often produces crisp and dry light-bodied wine with vibrant fruit and citrus flavours, however late-harvest sweet wines are also produced. Riesling is drinkable when young and has the capacity to age extremely well for decades.


Region

Best grown in cooler climates. Riesling, while planted in most Australian regions, Clare Valley and Eden Valley possess the strongest reputation for exquisite high-quality riesling.


Quality

Expect unparalleled exquisite premium Australian regional wines.