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It’s official – Australians love their vino. According to new research, the most consumed drink in the country is wine, and the vast majority of those drinking it are female.

Australia’s leading Consumer, Industry and Market Research company, Roy Morgan, has done the hard yards and found that 45.1 percent of Aussie adults drink wine in any given four week period.


During 2015, 4.6 million Australian women drank some kind of wine in an average four weeks, compared to 3.7 million of men. Of the wine consumed, white wine proved to be the most popular drop amongst female drinkers coming in at 69.3 percent. This is followed by red wine (56.3 percent), sparkling (42.3 percent) and fortified (9.3 percent). In addition to this, 18.4 percent of female wine drinkers say that they drink red, white and sparkling wine in any given four-week period.

To celebrate all things vino, here is a list of some great Impos venues to head to for your next glass.

Macedon Wine Room

Impos venue Macedon Wine Room has a great selection of wine for you to choose from as you look over the Macedon Ranges area. Choose from a range of Australian and International wines to accompany the classic bistro menu. Owner Steven Gerdes has more than three years experience in the hospitality field, which he has put to good use in this establishment. It is best known for the Macedon Ranges wines, however the 200 long wine list features great drinking from around the world.

Collins Quarter

In the heart of the Melbourne CBD lies Impos venue Collins Quarter. While this bar is quite well known for its aperitifs and cocktails, the wine list is also one not to be missed. Their cellar is brimming with wines they’ve handpicked from the world’s classic regions that can be enjoyed in a pretty nifty place at the fancy end of Collins Street.

Rosa’s Kitchen

Rosa’s Canteen, located in the Melbourne CBD, offers Northern Italian flare from Melbourne Italian icon, Rosa Mitchell – who has successfully brought the food of her life to the table. The wine list offered to accompany the great food was put together by sommelier and maitre ‘d Lazlo Evenhuis (ex-The Crimean).

Pei Modern

With venues located in both Sydney and Melbourne, Pei Modern offers one of the most highly regarded food and drinks menu in the country. The wine list perfectly matches the produce-oriented bistro with a menu built in market fresh, seasonal ingredients. The wine is fresh and natural and the bar is open all day – not that you needed any more of a reason to go?

For more information on the research findings click here.