Arneis: Arneis comprises of 40 hectares of vineyard area in Australia. The data of this grape is available on regular and meaningful basis since 2010 only. And, since then its area has declined considerably.
Chenin Blanc: Chenin Blanc wine grape is grown in 410 hectares of area and the land area has been under constant decline since 2001. This is exported in price band of A$5.0 to A$7.5 per litre.
Colombard: This white wine grape occupies a land area of 1790 hectares and is quite significant considering that this white wine varietal is not all that well known as compared with some of other varieties. The current area is less than what was in 2001. China is the main export market for this wine where more than 20 percent of its exports are directed.
Marsanne: The total vineyard area of marsanne grape variety is 160 hectares. This is grown mostly in the Riverina region where which accounts for more than half of this grape cultivation. United Kingdom is the most important export destination for this Marsanne wine which accounts for 40% of its total exports.
Muscat à Petits Grains Blanc: 850 hectares of total vineyard area of this grape makes for 0.6% of total area under grape cultivation. This white wine is grown in Riverina region which accounts for more than 65% of total production.
Muscat Gordo Blanco: This white wine is grown mostly in Riverland region which accounts for 45% of its total vineyards area, which, in absolute terms, is 2210 hectares.
Petit Verdot: Petit Verdot white wine grapes occupy 1120 hectares of land area which has been constantly declining since 2005. Most of the growth of this wine grape is concentrated in the Riverland area which accounts for 57% of the area.
Savagnin: Savagnin is spread out to about 20 hectares of land area and Riverland area accounts for about 34% of this grape varietal. About 40% of its exports are directed to China. This wine mostly sells in price band of A$7.5 to A$20 per liter.
Sultana: Sultana is basically an Arabic name and this wine grape is of White wine type. This is not a significant grape variety to be grown in Australia and the vineyard area under it has declined constantly from 11000 hectares to almost nil in the present time. Only 900 tonnes of this grape were crushed in the year 2015. Murray-darling region is the prime region for its growth.
Traminer: Traminer is also a white wine grape. 67% of 840 hectares of vineyard area under it is cultivated in Riverina region of Australia. This grape is exported mostly to Canada which accounts for 40% of its exports. This is cheap white wine varietal which sells at A$2.5 to A$5 per liter in exports.