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

Our Buronga Hill winery is a global leader in production standards and has the most up to date winemaking equipment in the world.

We are one of Australia’s largest vineyard owners 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, the Adelaide Hills, Coonawarra, plus the Eden and Clare Valleys.

In 2019, Australian Vintage invested $11 million in a new bottling facility at its Merbein site in Victoria, making it one of the world’s most technologically advanced packaging facilities.

The investment was part of a $19 million capital injection into the company’s operations across our sites, including the installation of one of the largest privately-owned solar plants at an Australian winery at Buronga Hill and extensive new vineyard plantings totalling over 180 hectares to meet growing demand for our brands.

The move reaffirms the company’s commitment to developing our operational capabilities and to remaining at the forefront of global winemaking excellence.

Buronga Hill

Our Buronga Hill facility in the Sunraysia district of southern NSW is the third largest winery in Australia, equipped with state-of-the-art winemaking technology. The site is at the forefront of developments in sustainable winemaking and has seen significant investment in solar energy, including its own large-scale solar plant. In 2018, Australian Vintage became the first Australian company to sign a landmark deal to ensure that 90% of energy needed to run the winery comes from renewable sources.


We are one of Australia’s largest vineyard owners with sites across the country's premium grape-growing regions. Our vineyards are planted with a vast array of varietals from classic Australian varieties such as Chardonnay, Shiraz and Cabernet Sauvignon through to emerging varieties including Prosecco, Gruner Veltliner, Malbec and Montepulciano.