Australia has long been at the forefront of the 'New World' wine renaissance. It has a land mass as great as the United States or Western Europe, with a diverse climate from cold to cool to warm, and a wide variety of soil types. These natural advantages coupled with the irrepressible free-spirited character of the Australian people, has encouraged Australian winemakers to build on the great traditions of winemaking, to create delicious wines of stunning quality, diversity and uniqueness. The country's contribution to revolutionizing vineyard management practices is also second to none.

Wine is produced in all of Australia's six states, but the vast majority is made in the southeast, in New South Wales, Victoria, Western Australia, and particularly South Australia.

South Australia is home to some of the most prestigious and important regions and wineries in the world. The wine regions in each of these states produce different wine varieties and styles that take advantage of the particular terroir such as: climatic differences, topography and soil types.

Aust Tiger Wine series are produced in the world-famous regions of South Australia-Adelaide Hills, Barossa Valley, McLaren Valley, Clare Valley and Murray River. More than 50 wineries continues a tradition that started way back in 1845. The area's climate is very hot and dry, which helps to reduce crop yields and to concentrate the flavours in the grape. Due to the hot climate, the grapes can become overripe, which requires the winemakers to limit the maceration time to prevent the wines from being overly tannic. Most of the area's white wine plantings are located on the higher altitude hill sides around the valley where they can be cooled by the ocean breeze.

Some of the greatest Australian wines ever made are a blend of two or more varieties. Australian wine labels are very specific in terms of the information provided. 'Geographical Indications' or 'GIs' revolves around the regional classification of wine-producing areas, which aims to indicate the wine's origin and protect a region's name. Most Australian wines, whether in the price or the palate, fully meet demands of domestic consumers.

Aust Tiger has launched seven wine varieties to enter the Chinese market, containing six red wines-Merlot, Shiraz, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet merlot, Top Barossa Shiraz Red and one white wine-Aust Tiger White Wine.