Pomonal Estate is a family-run, boutique winery that offers both beautiful wines, ciders and beers – which means there’s something for everyone to sip and savour. They are best known for their Shiraz which is vibrant with flavours of blueberry and sweet plum. If Seriously Shiraz has you hungry for more stop by their cellar door in Pomonal for a platter that champions local produce.
Seppelt Wines is renowned for being a pioneer of Australia’s unique wine style. Their sparkling Shiraz is bursting with plum, spice and earthy characters. But the flavour doesn’t stop there… be sure to visit their heritage listed cellar door in Great Western to sample their other varietals, including Chardonnay and aromatic Riesling.
Treat yourself to a tipple or two from one of Australia’s oldest family-owned and operated wineries. Best’s Wines Stables Cellar door in Great Western is a stunning stopover on your travels. Try their classic Shiraz, Cabernet Sauvignon and Pinot Meunier, or Riesling and Chardonnay for those who prefer a white.
A family-run winery situated at the base of Mount Cole at the south-eastern end of the Grampians wine region. Mountainside Wines create rich and full-flavoured wines produced from vineyards that are hand-tended and hand-picked. Visit their cellar door to wander the vineyard, enjoy a picnic of local foods and soak up the striking mountain views.
Fallen Giants is known for its beautiful rocky estate-grown Shiraz. Located just outside of Halls Gap, the cellar door offers free wine tastings and delicious platters. If a varietal entices your tastebuds, settle in with a bottle on the deck as you enjoy spectacular mountain views.
Winemaking pioneers, Mount Langi Ghiran, played a pivotal role in the progression of Grampians Shiraz back in the 1960s when they created their iconic “Langi” Old Block Shiraz. Today, you can taste your way through their award-winning wines at their cellar door whilst overlooking the stunning vineyard.
Miners Ridge is home to some of the region’s finest wines. They combine modern harvesting and winemaking techniques with traditional methods, including hand harvesting and open fermenting. The result of this is beautiful medium-bodied style wines which are available to taste at their cellar door just ten minutes from Ararat.