|Wine Grape||Syrah / Shiraz & blends|
|Region||New South Wales|
Hayfield Cabernet Merlot is a wine from New South Wales,region of Australia ,The New South Wales covers 810,000 square km in the Australia’s southeastern quarter . New South Wales area is divided into smaller regions and occasionally, sub-regions. The main ones are:The Hunter Valley (regions of Perricoota, Riverina plus Murray Darling and Swan Hill): whose regional GI (Geographical Indication) is New South Wales' best known and most-prized wine zone. The Central Ranges (regions of Cowra, Mudgee and Orange): south-west of Hunter and west of Sydney is one of the fastest-growing wine zones of Australia. These elevated hillside terroirs are well suited for Chardonnay, Shiraz, Cabernet Sauvignon.Southern New South Wales (Canberra District, Gundagai, Hilltops and Tumbarumba): Among its points of interest are the elevated (450m) vineyards of Hilltops and the cool climate viticulture of Tumbarumba. Australian vignerons are experimenting lighter wine styles.The south-western quarter of New South Wales is dominated by the Big Rivers zone. It produces around 75% of New South Wales' wine and is one of Australia's most-prolific wine zones. Riverina, in particular, is a reliable source of many millions of hectoliters of wine every vintage.