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Question Which place is best for wine tours?

Mattg

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There are a few good spots. My personal favourite is the Barossa Valley near Adelaide. But I have also been pleasantly surprised by some of the wineries in the Canberra region.
 

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Welcome to AFF, Matthewdoutt! What a better way to start here than provide some nice advice where you can. :cool: Enjoy the talk in the forum!
 

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What sort of wine do you like?
Depends on your personal like for a particular style of wine.
As someone from South Australia I would recommend McLaren Vale if you want to try the best Shiraz in Australia - try Hugo, Serafino, Kay Bros, K1 or Pertaringa, you will not be disappointed I guarantee.
If you want the best Riesling then you must go to Clare Valley - try Pikes, Stone Bridge, Jeanaret or Watervale.
This is not to say that Barossa, Adelaide Hills and Coonawarra are not worthy of a visit - they all have excellent wines and would not disappoint if you were to visit any of them.
Good luck.
 

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South Australia if you have time, Barossa Valley, Mclaren Vale, Clare, Coonawarra, Riverland and many more. For a quick visit I love Yarra Glenn Vic heaps of wineries all in a days drive.
 
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Welcome @diamondlimo
But I have also been pleasantly surprised by some of the wineries in the Canberra region.
Humph.... @Mattg - you need to get out more :)
The Canberra Region has over 20 excellent wineries, and there are a couple of small wine tour companies that will take you around the area, usually taking in 4 or 5 wineries, lunch etc. Most are small operations covering cool climate favourites such as Rielsing, Pinot Noir, Merlot and some excellent sparklings. I can especially recommend Gallaghers Sparkling Shiraz
 

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