Australia has more than 60 regions, sprinkled with wine shops in every nook and corner all of them has a potential to give Italy and France’s famous regions a run for their money. So, lets Top 5 Australian Tipples.

But when you are presented with so many choices, it is always difficult to single out one of the many choices.

So, here is a list of the top 5 wineries in Australia that you must try at least once in a lifetime. This list have one for a wine aficionado or an occasional drinker too.


Leeuwin Estate, Margaret river, Western Australia

It is one of the most state-of-the-art winery in the world, located across the Margaret river region. It is one of the five founding wineries and has received international honors from all across the globe, Chardonnay being the top choice.

The Estate is equipped with the latest wine-making technology and has around 30 markets all over the world. To add more to your wine-tasting pleasure, latest music events are put up all around the year and you can also take a look at the art gallery on site.

The Leeuwin remains open daily, from 10am – 5pm and offers the best winery excursions, tastings and cellar deals. The Saturdays are open for dinner service as well. 


Pieter Van Gent Winery, New South Wales

Pieter Van Gent is famed to have made the first Chardonnay wine in Australia in 1971. He went on to win a lot of accolades throughout his career, so his winery is bound to have a feature in this, best winery experience list.

The winery has breathtaking surroundings, it has gilded wine bottles suspended from the ceiling and a beautiful church pew seating arrangement.

Take note of the fact that they also do, chocolate and wine pairing with locally-made pralines, from Wednesday to Sunday, so try to plan your trip during the latter part of the week.

The Estate also organizes its own bicycle wine tours in which you get to see innumerable wineries and can find amazing lunch spots where you can taste the lip-smacking flavors of the wood-fired pizza.


Skillogalee, Clare valley, Southern Australia

It is family-owned and operated winery situated in the core of the scenic, Clare Valley. The winery has a history dating back to 1940 and serves various top-notch wines, like the Cabernet Sauvignon, Shiraz, Riesling and Malbec. 

Also, it will not be surprising if you decide to spend the whole day in the Valley. The onsite restaurant has a stunning verandah, surrounded by beautiful flowers, also featuring a beautiful olive tree in whose shade you can enjoy your breakfast, lunch or dinner.

Skillogalee is located 135km north of Adelaide and remains open from 7:30am to 5:00pm every day.  


Devil’s Corner Cellar Door and Lookout, Apslawn, Tasmania

This is one of Tasmania’s most beautiful vineyards. This winery gives a perfect contrast to Tasmania’s natural surroundings, with the cellar door made of rustic materials and scenic views of the lagoon and the Hazards and Freycinet Peninsula. 

The vineyard is more than just a place for wine tasting, make sure that you leave enough time for experiencing the sunset, during twilight.

This vineyard makes for a perfect place to sit-back, relax, soak in the picturesque views and eat your freshly-shucked oysters with a glass of the renowned and award –winning pinot grigio.


Krinklewood Biodynamic vineyard, New South Wales

This winery is a lot more than your typical winery. It takes inspiration from the French vineyards and is set amongst the amazing backdrop of the Wollombi Brook and the Brokenback Mountain range in the provencal Gardens.

The Vineyard is 100% biodynamic, which means that you are in for a unique, organic and holistic feel of the vines.

So, here you go, these are the Top 5 Australian Tipples that will, hopefully, tickle your taste buds and live up to your grape expectations.

So, Book Cheap Flights Tickets with and you get a chance to visit Australia, make sure that you make a visit to these choicest Winery estates.   

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