Built in 1866, the Cellar Door is the heart of Best’s Wines’ operation. Situated in the picturesque Grampians in the undulating central Victorian countryside between Stawell and Ararat, Best's Wines lies in the historically rich wine-growing region of Great Western. The old red gum slab tasting room is housed in the original stables and showcases old winery equipment, maps of the area, as well as Henry Best’s original journal dating from 1866.
Best's Wines Museum Wine Nights are back! These special nights give visitors the opportunity to sample three back vintage wines before deciding on a favourite and settling in with a glass. Their pick a platter cheese board options available on the night plus live music to set the ambiance.