Explore popular white wine types until you find the one that tempts your taste buds. Though considered white, these white wines are very different from each other in terms of colour, aromas, and palate. This page discusses white wine styles by a variety of names, popular wine regions where they are mostly grown in Australia, and how to pronounce them right.
Chardonnay grows mainly in Riverland, Murray Darling – Swan Hill, Riverina, Padthaway, and Adelaide Hills.
Gewurztraminer [guh-voo rts-truh-mee-ner]
Also called as Traminer, this white wine variety is grown widely in Riverina, Riverland, Big Rivers zone other, Padthaway, and Langhorne Creek.
Chenin Blanc [shen-in blahngk]
Chenin Blanc is planted well in Riverland, Swan District, Margaret River, Riverina, and Murray Darling – Swan Hill.
Colombard [kol-uh m-bahrd]
Columbard is widely planted in Riverland, Murray Darling – Swan Hill, Riverina, Lower Murray zone, and Adelaide Plains
Riverina, Goulburn Valley, Barossa Valley, Heathcote, and Big Rivers zone are top five regions where Marsanne was mainly crushed in 2017.
Riverina, Riverland, Murray Darling – Swan Hill, Big Rivers zone, and Barossa Valley showed a huge success in Muscat variety.
Pinot Grigio [Pee-no gree-zo]
Murray Darling – Swan Hill, Riverina, King Valley, Adelaide Hills, and Riverland are top five regions showing growth in Pinot Grigio.
Top five regions where Riesling was highly crushed last year include Clare Valley, Eden Valley, Riverina, Riverland, and Langhorne Creek.
Sauvignon Blanc [soh-vin-yohn blahngk]
Murray Darling – Swan Hill, Riverland, Riverina, Adelaide Hills, and Margaret River topped the crushing of SB in 2017.
Riverina, Murray Darling – Swan Hill, Riverland, Margaret River, and Barossa Valley are major regions where a really large quantity of Semillon was crushed last year.
Riverina, Riverland, Swan District, Hunter, and Murray Darling – Swan Hill wine regions produced a huge quantity of Verdelho wines in 2017.
Riverland, Murray Darling – Swan Hill, Riverina, Barossa Valley, and Heathcote were the top regions for Vermentino crush.
Riverland, Riverina, Murray Darling – Swan Hill, Barossa Valley, and Eden Valley are five regions where Viognier wine was highly produced in 2017.