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The largest wine processing facilities1

Rank

Processing facility

Tonnes

1

Yenda (Casella Wines)

250,000

2

Berri Estates Winery, Berri (Accolade Wines)

220,000

3

Buronga Hill Winery, Buronga (Australian Vintage)2

150,000

4

Lindemans Karadoc Winery (Treasury Wine Estates)

105,000

5

De Bortoli Winery, Bilbul (De Bortoli Wines)

100,000

5

Kingston-on-Murray (Kingston Estate)

100,000

7

Loxton (TWG Australia)2

90,000

8

Buronga (Accolade Wines)

55,000

8

Wolf Blass Winery, Nurioopta (Treasury Wine Estates)

55,000

10

Qualia Wine Services

52,000

11

Redcliffs (Zilzie Wines)

50,000

11

Richmond Grove, Tanunda (Pernod Ricard Winemakers)2

50,000

13

Hanwood Estate (McWilliams Wines)

48,000

14

Griffith (Warburn Estate)

45,000

15

Piangil (Andrew Peace Wines)

40,000

16

Orlando Wines, Rowland Flat (Pernod Ricard Winemakers)2

30,000

16

Oxford Landing (Yalumba)

30,000

18

Penfolds Nuriootpa (Treasury Wine Estates)

25,000

18

Monash (Riverland Vintners)

25,000

20

Peter Lehmann Wines (Casella)

21,000

21

Renmark (Angove Family Winemakers)

20,000

21

Yenda (Berton Vineyards)

20,000

23

Millawa (Brown Brothers)

18,000

24

Deakin Estate (Wingara Wine Group)

17,500

1Ranked as per processing capacity as of 30 June 2015 and capacity to convert additional supplied grape juice/wine, where applicable, into blended wine (including contract processing and inter-winery juice/water sales). 2Estimate using resources such as news reports, annual reports, information provided to other Winetitles Media publications. Data not provided by the company named.

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