By now, you’ve probably heard that it’s important to buy your wine from local wineries.
There are more than 200 on the shelves in a single shopping mall in Melbourne, and there are dozens more in Australia’s wine country.
But for those who like to shop for their favourite wines in the suburbs, a wine buying guide can be invaluable.
Here’s our top-selling Australian wine list, with some advice for those buying a bottle or two for a family dinner or a day out.
The Wine List is an ongoing series that highlights local and national wines and spirits.
For each bottle of wine, we highlight the winery that’s been the most successful in the region in the last 10 years, then provide an overview of how that winery has managed to produce that wine.
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We’ve collected a selection of wines from across Australia to help you plan your next trip to a winery.
These are the wines that you might want to have on hand if you want to be prepared for your next visit to the wineries or when you want a good selection of a particular wine.
A note about buying from online retailers:You can use our Wine Lists to help plan your wine shopping trip.
But you may also want to check out the Wine List’s wine shopping guide to see which Australian wineries are selling the best Australian wines.
A sample of the wines on the Wine Lists wine listWhat to buy at a local winery:The first thing you’ll want to know about is what wine is on the menu at the local winemaking shop.
Most wineries have a small menu of wines, but you may need to shop around.
Here are a few suggestions for what you can expect to find on their menu:There are some interesting tasting notes from the winemakers themselves, including a wine review from one of their winemaks.
The best way to browse the wine list is to browse in order of most recent to least recent.
The more recent wines on your list, or those you’re most likely to find in supermarkets, are the ones you’re likely to want to buy.
You can also check out our Wine list for the best local winemaker in your area, and for wine list tips from wine bloggers.
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The Wine Lists also has wine guides from some of Australia’s best wine magazines, including Wine Advocate and Wine Life.
The wine list:A wine guide for those in the knowWhat to look for when buying a wine at a winemakerThe wine that you buy at the winemaker is not always the same as the one that you drink at home.
You’ll want a list of the wine that the winer has aged in their cellar, as well as some hints about the quality of the grapes and the quality and age of the bottle.
You might also want a wine guide from an online wine store.
You can also look out for the wine label that’s on the bottle, but beware of a label that says “no alcohol”.
You’ll find this on some bottles that are labelled “no sugar added” or “no artificial colours added”, but this can make them seem artificial and not as good as the original.
You should also check the label of wine that’s being sold, to make sure it’s not the same wine as what you’ve bought at a supermarket.
The first step is to check the wines to see if they’re from the same region.
You may want to start by visiting a winemaker that you know well, so that you can compare their wines with your own.
This is particularly useful if you’re in the market for a new bottle of something and you want the same wines to pair with the new bottle.
Read our Wine Guide to find out more about local wines.
You may also find it useful to read the Wine Guide for wine writers in Australia to find some tips and tricks on how to read wine.
This is a list that’s updated regularly.