New South Wales has other wine regions on offer too.
Another key region in NSW is Tumbarumba in southern NSW, near the Victorian border:
"Vineyards are found at altitudes ranging from 300 to 800 metres (984 to 2624 feet). Vines have been grown in Tumbarumba since 1982 and currently there are more than 25 vineyards in the region. Due to the region's colder climate, the majority of the Pinot Noir and Chardonnay are used for sparkling wine. However, when conditions allow, both grape varieties have been used to produce still wine. Vines were established at Tumbarumba in 1982." - Wine Australia