The largest wine processing facilities

Table 24. The largest wine processing facilities#


Processing facility


1 Yenda (Casella Wines) 250,000
2 Berri Estates Winery, Berri (Accolade Wines) 230,000
3 Buronga Hill Winery, Buronga (Australian Vintage)* 150,000
4 Lindemans Karadoc Winery (Treasury Wine Estates) 110,000
5 De Bortoli Winery, Bilbul (De Bortoli Wines) 100,000
5 Kingston-on-Murray (Kingston Estate) 100,000
7 Buronga (Accolade Wines) 80,000
8 Redcliffs (Zilzie Wines) 70,000
9 Qualia Wine Services 60,000
10 Bilyara (Treasury Wine Estates) 55,000
11 Richmond Grove, Tanunda (Pernod Ricard Winemakers)* 50,000
12 Hanwood Estate (McWilliams Wines) 48,000
13  Griffith (Warburn Estate) 45,000
13 Piangil (Andrew Peace Wines) 40,000
15 Orlando Wines, Rowland Flat (Pernod Ricard Winemakers)* 30,000
15 Penfolds Nuriootpa (Treasury Wine Estates) 30,000
15 Walla Winery ( Calabria Family Wines) 30,000
18 Salena Estate Wines 25,000
19 Brayne Road (Calabria Family Wines) 21,000
20 Peter Lehmann Wines (Casella) 21,000

#Ranked as per processing capacity as of 30 June 2018 and capacity to convert additional supplied grape juice/wine, where applicable, into blended wine (including contract processing and inter-winery juice/water sales). *Data not provided by the company named. Estimate using resources such as news reports, annual reports, information provided to other Winetitles’ publications. Data not provided by the company named. Source: Wine Industry Directory 2019.

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