New South Wales is one of Australia’s most important wine regions, accounting for a quarter of total wine production. It is divided into various sub-regions with varying microclimates. The warm, sunny flatland vineyards of the Riverina sub-region are home to many of Australia’s easy-drinking, fruity white and red wines. Produced in high volumes and at low cost, these are well-made wines loved by consumers worldwide for their style, consistency and value for money. Try our vibrant, fruity Heywood wines and the subtly-oaked Cranswick-Smith wines, made at an independent winery in Griffith. The warm, humid Hunter Valley sub-region north of Sydney is home to many small, family-owned wineries and popular with tourists. It is known worldwide for its iconic wine styles from Verdelho and Semillon, such as those fromPyramid Hill.