South Eastern Australia Wine

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As the name suggests, the South Eastern Australia wine region is situated in the south-east of Australia. It is often categorised as a 'super zone', because it encompasses the entire states of New South Wales, Victoria and Tasmania, as well as a significant southern section of the state of Queensland. Due to its vast size, its climate is varied, although much of it is arid to semi arid, and vineyards are mainly located in the cooler areas near the coast.

The region is known for producing both red and white wine varieties, and many of these wines are sold for affordable prices. Among the most common red grapes grown in South Eastern Australia are Merlot, Syrah and Cabernet Sauvignon, while popular white wine grapes include Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay and Semillon.