Australia is an extremely important wine-producing country, both in terms of quality and the sheer scale of its wine economy. It ranks sixth in the world in terms of wine production and as of September 2009 was the fourth-biggest exporter of wine, with an annual total of 758 million liters.

The surface of the vineyard is 400 000 acres.


New South Wales is Australia's most populous state and its wine consumption far out paces the region's wine production.

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The South Australian wine industry is responsible for more than half the production of all Australian wine.

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Australia’s biggest State extends the western third of the continent, although the winemaking regions are almost entirely situated in the cooler climate south-western tip of the State.

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