Also referred to as "Riverina"

"The Riverina grows 15% of the total Australian grape production and is the largest wine producing region in New South Wales. It is a flat tract of land on the state's south-west plains and is centred on the city of Griffith.

The term Riverina was apparently invented by John Dunmore Lang in the 1850s to describe a type of country (the Riverina Plain). With a strong food and wine culture, largely due to its large Italian population, the Riverina is also popular for its food and wine events during the year. " - Wine Australia