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Grampians Wine Region

Over 150 years of history.

The Grampians wine region is home to some of the world's oldest vines. Known for dense, purple and peppery shiraz and sparkling wines, the Grampians has been producing quality wine for more than a century and a half. According to wine critic Max Allen, the Grampians wine region in western Victoria produces some of the best shiraz in Australia.

As you explore the undulating hills from Buangor to Halls Gap, there is plenty to discover with an abundance of wine-related experiences just waiting for you.

The modern cellar door at Mount Langi Ghiran frequently hosts events, from roasting chestnuts in the autumn to picnics in the spring. While you are in the neighbourhood, drop into Mountainside Wines, a family-owned and -operated vineyard specialising in Viognier, Shiraz and Nebbiolo.

In Ararat, the picturesque Montara Wines is famous for its Wine Down Fridays with live music, tasting plates and of course, quality Grampians wine!

In Great Western, the historic heart of the Grampians wine region, you can discover the iconic Seppelt and Best’s wineries, whose vineyards date to the mid-1800s. Take a fascinating underground tour of the historic cellars at Seppelt, known as 'the Drives', which was awarded Gourmet Traveller Wine's best additional experience (Grampians). The cellar door at Best's includes a self-guided cellar tour, which was similarly awarded Gourmet Traveller Wine's best large cellar door and best tasting experience (Grampians).

Grampians Estate offers something for everyone with coffee and local produce. This charming cellar door has earned Gourmet Traveller's best small cellar door and cellar door with the best food (Grampians).

Located a few kilometres from Great Western are ATR Wines and Miners Ridge Wines. Between Halls Gap and Ararat, you will also find Pomonal Estate in Pomonal and Clayfield Wines in Moyston, as well as Fallen Giants a few minutes outside of Halls Gap itself.

And it doesn't need to stop there. Head to Horsham and take a 20-minute detour from town to find Norton Estate Wines and Barangaroo Wines

Grampians Wine Map