|Just as rugged as it is unpredictable, the continent did not boast of any indigenous grape varieties until European immigrants successfully planted vines in the mid 1800’s. Later, Prussian influence would lay the groundwork for its famed Barossa Valley. Today, wine gurus commit themselves to producing some the world’s most attractive yields of Semillon, Chardonnay and Shiraz. Molly Dooker and Peter Lehman are among many who have signed their names to some of the most sought-after vintages available. View or download map PDF - An overview of the country’s great red wine regions in South Australia, Victoria and New South Wales.