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This list of wine-producing regions catalogues significant growing regions where vineyards are planted. Wine grapes mostly grow between the 30th and the 50th degree of latitude, in both the Northern and Southern hemispheres.

Grapes will sometimes grow beyond this range and minor amounts of wine are made in some very unexpected places.

Algeria
See also: Algerian wine

    Mascara
    Tlemcen
    D'hara
    Béjaïa
    Chlef
    Algiers

Cape Verde

    Chã das Caldeiras

Morocco

    Atlas Mountains

South Africa
Stellenbosch vineyard
See also: South African wine

    Elim
    Stellenbosch
    Paarl
    Franschoek
    Constantia
    Robertson
    Swartland
    Durbanville
    Elgin
    Breede River Valley
    Little Karoo
    Orange River Valley
    Tulbagh

Tunisia

    Nabul
    Arianah
    Sousse

Americas
Argentina
See also: Argentine wine

    Mendoza Province
    San Juan Province
    Buenos Aires Province, Médanos
    Río Negro Province
    Neuquén Province
    Salta Province
    La Rioja Province
    Catamarca Province

Bolivia

    Tarija Department

Brazil

    Rio Grande do Sul - Bento Gonçalves, Caxias do Sul, Garibaldi, Cotiporã
    Paraná - Marialva, Maringá, Rosário do Avaí, Bandeirantes
    Santa Catarina - São Joaquim, Pinheiro Preto, Tangará
    Mato Grosso - Nova Mutum
    Minas Gerais - Pirapora, Andradas, Caldas, Santa Rita de Caldas
    Bahia - Juazeiro, Curaçá, Irecê
    Pernambuco -Petrolina, Casa Nova, Santa Maria da Boa Vista
    São Paulo - Jundiaí, São Roque

Canada
See also: Canadian wine, British Columbia wine, and Ontario wine

    British Columbia

        Fraser Valley - (VQA defined viticultural area)
        Gulf Islands - (VQA defined viticultural area)
        Okanagan Valley - (VQA defined viticultural area)
        Similkameen Valley - (VQA defined viticultural area)
        Vancouver Island - (VQA defined viticultural area)
    Nova Scotia
        Annapolis Valley
    Ontario
        Niagara Peninsula - (VQA defined viticultural area)
        Lake Erie North Shore and Pelee Island - (VQA defined viticultural area)
        Prince Edward County
        Toronto
    Quebec
        Eastern Townships

Chile
See also: Chilean wine
Chile's topography with the location of most of Chile's wine regions highlighted.

    Aconcagua
        Aconcagua Valley
        Casablanca Valley
    Atacama
        Copiapó Valley
        Huasco Valley
    Central Valley
        Cachapoal Valley
        Maipo Valley
        Mataquito Valley
        Maule Valley
    Coquimbo
        Choapa Valley
        Elqui Valley
        Limarí
    Pica was a wine producing oasis before the Chilenization of Tarapacá
    Zona Sur
        Bío-Bío Valley
        Itata Valley
        Malleco Valley

Mexico
See also: Mexican wine

    Aguascalientes
        Aguascalientes Valley
    Baja California
        Valle de Guadalupe
            Valle de Calafia
            Valle de Mexicali
            Valle de San Vicente
            Valle de Santo Tomás
            Zona Tecate
    Coahuila / Durango, collectively known as La Laguna wine region
        Valle de Parras
    Hidalgo
    Nuevo León
        Valle de Las Maravillas
    Querétaro
        Valle de Tequisquiapan
    Sonora
        Caborca
        Hermosillo
    Zacatecas
        Valle de las Arcinas

Peru

    Huaral District and Cañete Province, both in Lima Region. Also, formerly, in Surco, were vineyards that have disappeared due to urban expansion.
    Ica region, including Chincha, Pisco and Ica valleys.
    Arequipa region valleys.
    Pica was a wine producing oasis before the Chilenization of Tarapacá

United States
See also: American wine, California wine, Oregon wine, New York wine, Michigan wine, Ohio wine, and Washington wine

    A complete listing of federally defined wine regions, called American Viticultural Areas, is available here [1].

    Arizona
    Arkansas
        Altus

Wine-producing regions in California.

    California
        Central Coast/Monterey
        El Dorado County, California
        Lake County, California
        Livermore Valley
        Mendocino County
        Napa County (Napa Valley and part of Los Carneros AVA)
        Ramona Valley
        San Joaquin County
        San Luis Obispo County (Paso Robles)
        Santa Cruz Mountains
        Sonoma County (Sonoma Valley, Alexander Valley, Dry Creek Valley, Russian River Valley and part of Los Carneros AVA)
        Santa Ynez Valley
        Temecula Valley
    Colorado
        Palisade/Grand Valley
    Georgia plateau/Piedmont
    Illinois
    Maine
    Michigan
        Leelanau Peninsula
        Old Mission Peninsula
        Lake Michigan Shore AVA
    Minnesota
        Alexandria Lakes AVA
        Upper Mississippi Valley AVA
    Missouri
        Augusta
        Hermann
        Ozark Mountains also in Oklahoma and Arkansas
        Ozark Highlands
        Ste. Genevieve
    New Mexico
        Albuquerque
        Deming
        Las Cruces
        La Union
        Santa Fe
        Taos
    New Jersey
    New York
        Eastern Long Island
        Finger Lakes
        Hudson River Valley
        Lake Erie Region
        Niagara Escarpment AVA
    North Carolina
        Yadkin Valley AVA

Vineyard on South Bass Island

    Ohio
        Grand River Valley
        Isle St. George
        Kanawha River Valley
        Loramie Creek
        Ohio River Valley
    Oklahoma
    Oregon
        Applegate Valley
        Hood River County
        Willamette Valley
        Columbia Valley (Oregon and Washington)
        Umpqua Valley
        Walla Walla Valley (Oregon and Washington)
    Pennsylvania
        Central Delaware Valley
        Cumberland Valley
        Erie County
        Lancaster County
        Lehigh County
    Texas
        Bell Mountain
        Escondido Valley
        Fredericksburg
        Davis Mountains
        High Plains
        Texas Hill Country
    Virginia [2]
        Monticello AVA
        North Fork of Roanoke AVA
        Northern Neck George Washington Birthplace AVA
        Rocky Knob AVA
        Shenandoah Valley
        Virginia's Eastern Shore AVA
    Washington
        Columbia Gorge AVA
        Columbia Valley AVA
            Horse Heaven Hills AVA
            Rattlesnake Hills AVA
            Red Mountain AVA
            Wahluke Slope AVA
            Walla Walla Valley AVA
            Yakima Valley, Washington
        Puget Sound AVA

Uruguay

    The wine producing area is mainly in the Dpto. Canelones near the capital Montevideo, for more info: The Uruguayan wine guide

See also: Uruguayan wine
Venezuela

    The wine producing enterprise for Venezuela can be found here [3]

    Carora, Lara State

Europe
Austria
See also: Austrian wine

    A map of Austrian wine regions can be found here

    Burgenland
    Northeastern and eastern Lower Austria
        Wagram
        Weinviertel
        Wachau
    Southern Styria
    Vienna

Armenia
See also: Armenian wine

    Areni, in the Vayots Dzor Province
    Ijevan, in the Lori Province
    Ararat Valley

Azerbaijan
See also: Azerbaijani wine

    Ganja, Ganja-Basar zone in central Azerbaijan
    Tovuz and Shamkir, northwestern Azerbaijan
    Madrasa village of Shamakhi Rayon, from Madrasa indigenous only to this region
    Baku, capital

Belgium
See also: Belgian wine

    Hagelandse wijn, near Rotselaar/Leuven since 1997
    Haspengouw, Limburg, since 2000
    Heuvelland, since 2005
    Côtes de Sambre et Meuse, between the rivers Sambre et Meuse since 2004

Bulgaria
See also: Bulgarian wine
Wine-producing regions in Bulgaria.

    Danubian Plain
    Black Sea region
    Rose Valley
    Thrace
    Valley of the Struma River

Croatia
See also: Croatian wine

    Continental Croatia
        Wine region Moslavina
        Wine region Plešivica
        Wine region Podunavlje
        Wine region Pokuplje
        Wine region Prigorje - Bilogora
        Wine region Slavonija
        Wine region Zagorje - Međimurje
    Littoral Croatia
        Wine region Dalmatinska zagora
        Wine region Hrvatsko primorje
        Wine region Istra
        Wine region Sjeverna Dalmacija
        Wine region Srednja i Južna Dalmacija

Cyprus
See also: Cypriot wine

    Commandaria

Czech Republic
See also: Czech wine

    Moravia
        Mikulov - Mikulovska wine
        Znojmo
        Slovácko
        Velké Pavlovice
    Bohemia
        Litoměřice
        Mělník

Denmark
See also: Danish wine
France
See also: French wine
Map of wine regions in France

    Alsace - Alsace wine
    Bordeaux - Bordeaux wine
        Barsac
        Entre-deux-Mers
        Fronsac
        Graves
        Haut-Médoc
        Margaux
        Médoc
        Pauillac
        Pessac-Léognan
        Pomerol
        Saint-Émilion
        Saint-Estèphe
        Saint-Julien-Beychevelle
        Sauternes - Sauternes (wine)
    Burgundy (Bourgogne) - Burgundy wine
        Beaujolais
        Bugey
        Chablis
        Côte Chalonnaise
        Côte d'Or
            Côte de Nuits
                Chambolle-Musigny
                Gevrey-Chambertin
                Nuits-Saint-Georges
                Vosne-Romanée
            Côte de Beaune
                Aloxe-Corton
                Auxey-Duresses
                Beaune
                Chassagne-Montrachet
                Meursault
                Santenay
        Mâconnais
            Pouilly-Fuissé
    Champagne - Champagne (wine)
    Jura - Jura wine
    Languedoc-Roussillon
        Banyuls
        Blanquette de Limoux
        Cabardes
        Collioure
        Corbières
        Côtes du Roussillon
        Fitou
        Maury
        Minervois
        Rivesaltes
    Loire Valley
        Anjou–Saumur
        Cognac
        Muscadet
        Sancerre
        Pouilly Fumé
        Touraine
    Lorraine
    Madiran
    Provence
    Rhône - Rhône (wine region)
        Beaumes-de-Venise
        Château-Grillet
        Châteauneuf-du-Pape
        Condrieu
        Cornas
        Côtes du Rhône
        Côte du Rhône-Villages, Rhône wine
        Côte-Rôtie
        Crozes-Hermitage
        Gigondas
        Hermitage
        St. Joseph
        Saint-Péray
        Vacqueyras
    Savoie

Georgia
See also: Georgian wine and Abkhazian wine

    Kakheti, containing the micro-regions Telavi and Kvareli
    Kartli
    Imereti
    Racha-Lechkhumi and Kvemo Svaneti
    Abkhazia,

Germany
See also: German wine

    Ahr
    Baden
    Franconia (Franken)
    Hessische Bergstraße
    Mittelrhein
    Mosel
    Nahe
    Palatinate (Pfalz)
    Rheingau
    Rheinhessen
    Saale-Unstrut
    Saxony (Sachsen)
    Württemberg

Greece
See also: Greek wine

    Aegean islands
        Crete
        Limnos
        Paros
        Rhodes
        Samos
        Santorini
    Central Greece
        Attica
        Epirus
            Zitsa
        Thessaly
            Rapsani
            Ankhialos
    Ionian Islands
        Kefalonia
    Macedonia
        Amyntaion
        Goumenissa
        Naousa, Imathia
    Peloponnesus
        Mantineia
        Nemea
        Patras

Hungary
Wine regions in Hungary
See also: Hungarian wine

    Central Transdanubia
        Ászár-Neszmély
        Badacsony
        Balatonfelvidék (Balaton Uplands)
        Balatonfüred-Csopak
        Etyek-Buda
        Mór
        Somló
    Southern Great Plain
        Csongrád
        Hajós-Baja
        Kunság
    Northern Hungary
        Bükkalja
        Eger
        Mátraalja
        Tokaj-Hegyalja
    Western Transdanubia
        Balatonmelléke
        Pannonhalma-Sokoróalja
        Sopron
    Southern Transdanubia
        Balatonboglár
        Mecsekalja
        Szekszárd
        Tolna
        Villány

Ireland

    Cork

Italy
See also: Italian wine, List of Italian DOCG wines, and List of Italian DOC wines

    Trentino-Alto Adige
        South Tyrol, known alternatively as Südtirol (in German) or Alto Adige (in Italian)
        Trentino
    Emilia-Romagna
        Sangiovese Superiore di Romagna
        Trebbiano di Romagna
        Colli Cesenate[citation needed]
    Tuscany
        Chianti
        Chianti Classico
        Scansano
        Montalcino
        Parrina
        Pitigliano
        Valdinievole
        Colli Apuani
        Bolgheri
        Val di Chiana
        Colli Etruria Centrale
        Elba
        Montescudaio
        Colline Lucchesi
        Val di Cornia
        San Gimignano
        Valle di Arbia
    Piedmont
        Asti
        Alba
        Monferrato
        Barolo
        Acqui
        Colli Tortonesi
        Ovada
        Langhe
        Gattinara
        Ghemme
        Gavi
    Veneto
        Arcole
        Bagnoli
        Bardolino
        Bianco di Custoza
        Breganze
        Colli Berici
        Colli di Conegliano
        Colli Euganei
        Gambellara
        Garda
        Lessini Durello
        Lison Pramaggiore
        Lugana
        Montgello e Colli Asolani
        Piave
        Prosecco di Conegliano - Valdobbiadene
        Soave
        Valdadige
        Valpolicella
    Liguria
        Cinque Terre
    Sardinia
        Monti

Cannonau Vermentino di Gallura

        Nuragus
        Cagliari
        Ogliastra
    Umbria

Montefalco

        Orvieto
        Torgiano
    Marche
        Conero
        Piceno
        Castelli di Jesi
    Lombardy
        Franciacorta
        Oltrepo Pavese
    Apulia
        Bianco di Locorotondo e Martina Franca
        Primitivo di Manduria
    Sicily
        Pantelleria
        Etna
        Noto

Luxembourg
See also: Luxembourg wine

    Moselle Valley

Macedonia

    Povardarie
    Tikveš
    Skopsko vinogorje

Moldova
See also: Moldovan wine

    Cricova
    Bardar
    Codri
    Hînceşti
    Purcari

Montenegro

    Plantaže, near Podgorica
    Crmnica

Netherlands
See also: Dutch wine

    Groesbeek

Poland

    Warka, near Warsaw
    Zielona Góra

Portugal
Portuguese wine regions
See also: Portuguese wine

    Vinhos Verdes
    Porto e Douro
    Madeira
    Alentejo
    Dão
    Bairrada
    Bucelas
    Colares
    Carcavelos
    Setúbal
    Lagoa
    Lagos
    Portimão
    Tavira

Romania
See also: Romanian wine

Moldavia wine regions

    Cotnari
    Odobeşti
    Colinele Tutovei
    Vaslui
    Coteşti
    Cucuteni
    Hârlău
    Târgu Frumos
    Covurlui
    Dealul Bujorului
    Bereşti
    Huşi
    Bohotin
    Iaşi
    Tomeşti
    Comarna
    Copou
    Probota
    Iveşti
    Corod
    Tecuci
    Nicoreşti
    Jariştea
    Panciu
    Păuneşti
    Ţifeşti
    Zeletin
    Dealu Morii
    Tănăsoaia
    Zeletin
    Hlipicani
    Nămoloasa

Muntenia wine regions

    Dealu Mare
    Sercaia
    Breaza
    Seciu
    Cricov
    Pietroasa
    Tohani
    Urlaţi - Ceptura
    Valea Călugărească
    Zoreşti
    Dealurile Buzăului
    Râmnicu Sărat
    Zărneşti
    Ştefăneşti
    Topoloveni
    Valea Mare

Oltenia wine regions

    Vânju Mare
    Drăgăşani
    Calafat
    Cetate
    Poiana Mare
    Dealurile Craiovei
    Banu Mărăcine
    Drăgăşani
    Iancu Jianu
    Greaca
    Zimnicea
    Plaiurile Drâncei
    Golul Drincei
    Oreviţa
    Pleniţa
    Podgoria Dacilor
    Izvoarele[disambiguation needed ]
    Podgoria Severinului
    Corcova
    Segarcea
    Dealul Viilor
    Sadova-Corabia
    Dăbuleni
    Potelu
    Tâmbureşti
    Sâmbureşti

Transylvania wine regions

    Târnave
    Blaj
    Jidvei
    Mediaş
    Târnăveni
    Valea Nirajului
    Jidvei
    Lechinta
    Bistriţa
    Teaca
    Şamşud
    Şimleul Silvaniei
    Aiud
    Triteni
    Alba Iulia
    Ighiu
    Sebeş-Apold

Crişana wine regions

    Diosig
    Săcuieni
    Sâniob
    Sanislău
    Valea lui Mihai

Banat wine regions

    Arad
    Recaş
    Jamu Mare
    Moldova Nouă
    Silagiu
    Teremia
    Tirol
    Măderat
    Miniş[disambiguation needed ]

Dobrogea wine regions

    Murfatlar
    Babadag
    Istria
    Valea Nucarilor
    Cernavodă
    Medgidia
    Valu lui Traian
    Poarta Albă
    Simioc
    Valea Dacilor
    Ostrov, Constanţa
    Aliman
    Băneasa
    Ostrov, Tulcea
    Oltina
    Sarica-Niculiţel
    Măcin
    Tulcea
    Adamclisi
    Chirnogeni
    Dăeni
    Hârşova

Russia
See also: Russian wine

    Caucasus
    Krasnodar
    Stavropol

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Serbia
Wine regions of Serbia
See also: Serbian wine

    Timok region
    Nišava–South Morava region
    West Morava region
    Šumadija–Great Morava region
    Pocerina region
    Srem region
    Banat region
    Subotica–Horgoš region
    Kosovo region[note 1]

Slovakia
Wine-producing regions in Slovakia.
See also: Slovak wine

Whole of southern Slovakia

    Malokarpatská (Small Carpathians)
    Južnoslovenská (Southern Slovakian)
    Nitrianska (Region of Nitra)
    Stredoslovenská (Central Slovakian)
    Východoslovenská (Eastern Slovakian)
    Tokaj (Tokaj region of Slovakia)

Slovenia
See also: Slovenian wine

    Podravje
    Posavje
    Primorska

The three wine regions in Slovenia
Spain
Spanish wine-producing regions
See also: Spanish wine

    Andalusia
        Condado de Huelva
        Jerez-Xeres-Sherry
        Manzanilla de Sanlúcar de Barrameda
        Montilla-Moriles
        Málaga and Sierras de Málaga

    Aragon
        Calatayud
        Campo de Borja
        Campo de Cariñena
        Somontano
        Cava

    Castile and León
        Bierzo
        Cigales
        Ribera del Duero
        Rueda
        Toro
        Cava

    Castile–La Mancha
        Almansa
        Dominio de Valdepusa
        La Mancha
        Manchuela
        Méntrida
        Mondéjar
        Guijoso
        Ribera del Júcar
        Valdepeñas
        Jumilla

    Catalonia
        Alella
        Empordà
        Catalunya
        Conca de Barberà
        Costers del Segre
        Montsant
        Penedès
        Pla de Bages
        Priorat
        Tarragona
        Terra Alta
        Cava

    Community of Madrid
        Vinos de Madrid

    Valencian Community
        Alicante
        Utiel-Requena
        Valencia
        Cava

    Extremadura
        Ribera del Guadiana
        Cava

    Galicia
        Monterrey
        Rías Bajas
        Ribeira Sacra
        Ribeiro
        Valdeorras

    Balearic Islands
        Binissalem-Mallorca
        Plà i Llevant (DO)

    Canary Islands
        Abona
        La Gomera (DO)
        Gran Canaria (DO)
        El Hierro (DO)
        La Palma (DO)
        Lanzarote (DO)
        Tacoronte-Acentejo
        Valle de Güímar
        Valle de la Orotava
        Ycoden-Daute-Isora

    Navarre
        Navarra
        Rioja
        Cava

    Basque Country
        Alavan Txakoli
        Biscayan Txakoli
        Getaria Txakoli
        Rioja (Alavesa)
        Cava

    Región de Murcia
        Bullas
        Yecla
        Jumilla

    La Rioja
        Rioja (DOCa)
        Cava

Sweden
See also: Swedish wine

    Gutevin from Gotland

Switzerland
See also: Swiss wine

    Geneva
    Grisons
    Neuchâtel
    St. Gallen
    Ticino
    Valais
    Vaud
        Lavaux
        La Côte
    Zürich

Turkey
See also: Turkish wine
Wine-producing regions in Turkey

    White Wine Grapes[1]
        Emir – Nevşehir (Cappadocia) Area
        Narince – Tokat Area
        Hasandede – Ankara and Central Anatolia
        Bornova Misketi – İzmir Area
        Sultaniye – Aegean Region
        Yapıncak – Thracian Region
        Altıntaş – Marmara Region and Bozcaada
        Beylerce – Bilecik Area
        Rumi, Kabarcık, Dökülgen – Southeastern Anatolia Region

    Red Wine Grapes[1]
        Öküzgözü – Elazığ Area
        Boğazkere – Elazığ and Diyarbakır Areas
        Kalecik Karası – Ankara Area
        Papazkarası – Kırklareli Area
        Çalkarası – Çal, Denizli Area
        Karasakız – Çanakkale Region
        Horozkarası, Sergikarası – Southeastern Anatolia Region
        Dimrit – Central Anatolia and Eastern Aegean Region
        Karalahna – Tekirdağ Region
        Adakarası – Marmara Region and Avşa Island

Ukraine
See also: Ukrainian wine

    Crimea
    Odessa Oblast
    Zakarpattia Oblast

Southern Ukraine: Kherson, Dnipropetrovsk, and Odessa Oblasts
United Kingdom
Main article: Wine from the United Kingdom

In the UK, area under vines is small, and whilst viticulture isn't a major part of the rural economy, significant planting of new vines has been made in the early 21st century. The greatest concentration of vineyards is found in the south east of England, in the counties of Hampshire, Kent, Surrey, and Sussex.
Asia
China
Main article: Wine in China

Regions producing native wines have been present since the Qin Dynasty,[2] with wines being brought to China from Persia. Some of the more famous wine-producing regions are:

    Yantai-Penglai
    Chang'an
    Qiuci
    Gaochang
    Luoyang

With the import of Western wine-making technologies, especially French technology, production of wines similar to modern French wine has begun in many parts of China with the direction of experienced French wine-makers; China is now the sixth largest producer of wine in the world. The following regions produce significant quality of wine:

    Yantai, Shandong[3]
    Chang'an[4]
    Zhangjiakou, Hebei[4]
    Dalian, Liaoning[4]
    Tonghua, Jilin[4]
    Yibin, Sichuan[4]

India
See also: Indian wine

    Bangalore, Karnataka
    Nashik, Maharashtra
    Sangli, Maharashtra
    Narayangaon
    Pune, Maharashtra
    Bijapur, Karnataka

Iran

Prior to the Iranian Islamic Revolution of 1979, Iran was a producer of wine. While production has stopped, the vineyards continue to exist and their product diverted to non alcoholic purposes.

    Shiraz
    Quchan
    Qazvin
    Urmia
    Malayer
    Takestan

Israel
See also: Israeli wine

Also includes wine regions in Israeli-occupied territories.*

    Bet Shemesh
    Galilee
    Golan Heights*
    Jerusalem
    Judean Hills
    Latrun
    Mount Carmel
    Rishon LeZion (wine production since 1886)

Japan
See also: Japanese wine

    Nagano
    Yamanashi

Kazakhstan
See also: Kazakh wine
Republic of Korea
See also: Korean wine

    Anseong, Gyeonggi-do[5]
    Gimcheong, Gyeongsangbuk-do
    Gyeongsan, Gyeongsangbuk-do
    Yeongcheon, Gyeongsangbuk-do
    Yeongdong, Chungcheongbuk-do[6]

Lebanon
See also: Lebanese wine

    Bekaa Valley

    Anjar
    Chtoura
    Rashaya
    Zahlé

    Mount Lebanon

    Aley
    Baabda
    Beit Mery
    Bhamdoun
    Brummana
    Byblos
    Chouf
    Keserwan District

    North Governorate

    Chekka
    Ehden
    Koura
    Qadisha Valley
    Tripoli
    Zgharta

    South Governorate

    Jezzine
    Marjayoun
    Rmaich

Burma

    Shan State

Palestinian territories

    Beit Jala
    Hebron

Syria

    Jabal el Druze
    Homs District

Vietnam
See also: Vietnamese wine

    Da Lat

Oceania
Australia
See also: Australian wine
Australian geographic indications by state

Geographic indications for Australian wine are governed by law. The geographic indication must indicate where the grapes are grown, irrespective of where the wine itself is made. A geographic indication may be "Australia", "South Eastern Australia", a state name, zone, region or subregion if defined.[7]

The zones, regions and subregions in each state are listed below:

New South Wales

    Big Rivers
        Murray Darling
        Perricoota
        Riverina
        Swan Hill
    Central Ranges
        Cowra
        Mudgee
        Orange
    Hunter Valley
        Hunter wine region
            Broke Fordwich
    Northern Rivers
        Hastings River
    Northern Slopes
    South Coast
        Shoalhaven Coast
        Southern Highlands
    Southern New South Wales
        Canberra District (includes the northern part of the Australian Capital Territory)
        Gundagai
        Hilltops
        Tumbarumba

Queensland
    Regions, no zones defined

    Granite Belt
    South Burnett

South Australia

Adelaide Super Zone includes Mount Lofty Ranges, Fleurieu and Barossa

    Barossa
        Barossa Valley
        Eden Valley
            High Eden
    Far North
        Southern Flinders Ranges
    Fleurieu
        Currency Creek
        Kangaroo Island
        Langhorne Creek
        McLaren Vale
        Southern Fleurieu
    Limestone Coast
        Coonawarra
        Mount Benson
        Padthaway
        Wrattonbully
        Robe
        Bordertown
    Lower Murray
        Riverland
    Mount Lofty Ranges
        Adelaide Hills
            Lenswood
            Piccadilly Valley
        Adelaide Plains
        Clare Valley
    The Peninsulas

Tasmanian wine
    Regions, no zones defined

    North West
    Tamar Valley
    Pipers River
    East Coast
    Coal River
    Derwent Valley
    Southern

Victoria

    Central Victoria
        Bendigo
        Goulburn Valley
            Nagambie Lakes
        Heathcote
        Strathbogie Ranges
        Upper Goulburn
    Gippsland
    North East Victoria
        Alpine Valleys
        Beechworth
        Glenrowan
        Rutherglen
    North West Victoria
        Murray Darling
        Swan Hill
    Port Phillip
        Geelong
        Macedon Ranges
        Mornington Peninsula
        Sunbury
        Yarra Valley
    Western Victoria
        Grampians
        Henty
        Pyrenees

Western Australia

    Greater Perth
        Peel
        Perth Hills
        Swan Valley
    South Western Australia
        Blackwood Valley
        Geographe
        Great Southern
            Albany
            Denmark
            Frankland River
            Mount Barker
            Porongurup
        Manjimup
        Margaret River
        Pemberton[8]

New Zealand
See also: New Zealand wine

    Auckland Region
        Henderson
        Kumeu
        Waiheke Island
        Matakana
    Bay of Plenty
    Canterbury
        Waipara
    Central Otago
    Hawke's Bay Region
        Gimblett Gravells
    Gisborne
    Marlborough
        Renwick
        Seddon
        Blenheim
        Cloudy Bay
    Nelson
    Northland Region
    Waikato
        Te Kauwhata
        Te Awamutu
    Wairarapa
        Martinborough