A Directory of Wine Grape Varieties in Australia




Nebbiolo is a red grape variety grown in the Piedmonte region of Italy. It is the variety used to make the highly regarded Barolo and Barbaresco wines, named after the villages of their origin.

In Australia the variety, like other Italian wine varieties, is attracting some interest. Nebbiolo has the reputation of being a difficult grape to grow. It is a variety that needs to matched closely with the appropriate microclimate. More about Nebbiolo

Some Australian Growers of Nebbiolo include

Adelaide Hills Longview Vineyard
Parish Hill Wines
Scaffidi Estate

Thorn Clark Wines
Yalumba Wine Company

Beechworth Amulet Vineyard
Cow Hill
Bendigo Yandoit Hill Winery
Clare Valley Mount Surmon
Granite Belt Biorean
Hidden Creek
Heathcote Jasper Hill
McIvor Estate
King Valley Brown Brothers
Dromana Estate
La Cantina
Pizzini Wines
Langhorne Creek Casca Freschi
Margaret River Happs
McLaren Vale Aldinga Bay
Mornington Peninsula Rigel Wines
Murray Valley Trentham Estate
Mudgee Di Lusso Estate
Pyrenees Warrenmang Vineyard
Rutherglen Rutherglen Estate
Sunbury Galli
Witchmont Estate



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