Australian Vintage boasts vineyards and wineries in major wine producing regions across South-Eastern Australia, with further access to fruit from across the country.

Two state-of-the-art wineries operate all year round. Our large and technologically advanced winery is an industry leader, whilst our boutique winery in the Hunter Valley specialise in the production of small batch limited release wines.

We are one of Australia’s largest vineyard owners, operators, managers and third party contractors, with over 2,700 hectares under vine. We grow and source premium grapes from some of Australia’s most iconic wine regions including the Hunter Valley in New South Wales, the Sunraysia and Riverland regions of New South Wales and South Australia, through to the revered South Australian regions of the Barossa Valley, Adelaide Hills, Coonawarra, Eden and Clare Valley’s, McLaren Vale and Padthaway.

Buronga Hill

Our Buronga Hill winery in the Sunraysia district of southern NSW is one of the largest wineries in Australia, with a processing capacity of up to 150,000 tonnes. Using the latest technology, this batch processing plant is renowned for its commitment to efficient and enviro-friendly winemaking.

It is also the home of our no and low alcohol production facility Austflavor, which also produces concentrate for key export markets.

Hunter Valley

The Hunter Valley is one of Australia’s most revered wine regions. Located in the state of New South Wales, the region has played a pivotal role in the history of Australian wine as one of the first wine regions planted in the early 19th century. Our Hunter Valley winery, some two hours north of Sydney in the world renowned Hunter Valley region, focuses on small batch boutique wine production. Crushing 700 tonnes per annum the winery specialises in the treatment, maturation and bottling of super-premium wines.


We are one of Australia’s largest vineyard owners, operators and managers, with over 2,700 hectares under vine. Our vineyards are planted with a vast array of varietals from classic Australian varieties such as Chardonnay, Shiraz and Cabernet Sauvignon through to more experimental emerging varieties including Prosecco, Gruner Veltliner, Maestri and Montepulciano.