Riverina

The Riverina grows 15% of the total Australian grape production and is the largest wine producing region in New South Wales. It is a flat tract of land on the state's south-west plains and is centred on the city of Griffith.

The term Riverina was apparently invented by John Dunmore Lang in the 1850s to describe a type of country (the Riverina Plain). With a strong food and wine culture, largely due to its large Italian population, the Riverina is also popular for its food and wine events during the year.

Handwood Estate Classic Medium Dry Apera NV
Type: Apera  
Region: Riverina  
Abv: 18.5%  
Price: 149 RMB  
McWilliams Morning Light Botrytis Semillon
Type: Botrytis  
Region: Riverina  
Abv: 10.5%  
Price: 259 RMB