Delve into the minds behind your favourite wines in ‘Meet The Winemakers’. Answering questions from the editorial team behind the published Wineries of Victoria magazine, the winemakers delve into everything from their influences and inspirations, to their favourite wine and food combinations. If you’re more interested in cooking with wine, or finding that perfect accompaniment to that special bottle, then head over to ‘Wine and Food’ where you’ll discover an array of delicious recipes that highlight wines from your local wineries. In ‘Heard It Through The Grapevine’, you can keep up to date with all the latest news from wineries through Victoria.
From the rolling hills of the Yarra Valley to the heights of the Grampians, Victoria has many picture-perfect locations that are waiting to be explored. Each winery profile features cellar door locations and opening hours, winery accommodation details, and tasting notes from some of the most prestigious wineries in Victoria. Whether you’re looking for somewhere to spend a relaxing weekend while enjoying a glass of red overlooking a vineyard, or simply want to learn more about your closest wineries, the following winery information will give you all this and more. No matter where you are, there’s sure to be an outstanding winery close by for you to discover.
If you’ve every wondered where to discover more about Victoria and it’s amazing wineries, than look no further than the following features. Written for the published issue of Wineries of Victoria magazine, the articles showcase everything from the process of making wine, to the soil and area in which their grapes are grown. With in-depth insight from local winemakers and winery owners alike, the following features will be sure to enlighten your knowledge of the wine industry of Victoria.
In conversation with Wes Vine, president of the Bendigo Winegrowers Association, Bethany Hayes unpacks just what gives Bendigo its iconic versatile edge, and why its future as a wine region is sparkling multi-carat bright.
Here, Emma Warner Allen speaks with Julian Langworthy, head winemaker at Dalwhinnie Wines to decode the humble shiraz.
Named after the mighty mountain range stretching across Spain to separate the Iberian Peninsula from the rest of Europe, the Pyrenees is a name well known by the vastly travelled, geography aficionados, and wine lovers alike. The raw, rugged natural beauty of the...