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Wineries to visit in Victoria

Wineries to visit in Victoria

The warmer weather is finally here! One of the best ways to bask in the sunshine is by visiting a winery! Not only is the food and wine spectacular, the scenery is phenomenal! Some of the best vineyards are located in Victoria!

Here at Caravanning Australia HQ we have created a list of the best wineries that can’t be missed on your next wine tours!

Tahbilk Winery, Nagambie Lakes

Known as the oldest vineyard in Victoria, Tahbilk Winery is located 120 kilometres north of Melbourne and has been family owned since 1925. If you are interested in history, have a passion for heritage sites and like a good drop, Tahbilk Winery is the best of both worlds.

Montalto Vineyard and Olive Grove, Mornington Peninsula

Just south of Melbourne, the Mornington Peninsula is home to Montalto, which is home to more than 200 vineyards and olive groves. The grounds are spectacular, with the options of walking tours, a sculpture trail, golf course and restaurants. The relaxed and welcoming ambience is reason enough to visit this winery!

De Bortoli, Yarra Valley

The Italian-owned estate has grown to nearly 600 acres and is a fan favourite among wine connoisseurs. The behind-the-scenes tours of the grounds is a perfect way to enjoy your day. The winery is famous for its pinot noir, sparkling and cool-climate wines. From tasting wine out of barrels, to eating gourmet cheese, De Bortoli winery is worth the trip.

Brown Brothers, Milawa

Brown Brothers is a permanent fixture in the Australian wine community. Established in 1889, they are a leader in newly developed wine varieties in Australia. Located in the King Valley, the Brown Brothers winery is the perfect destination for your next wine tour.

Have you visited any of these wineries or think any are missing? Let us know.

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