Vineyards and Wineries

Take a short drive from the city's CBD and discover five incredibly diverse wine regions offering great local produce – perfect for an indulgent weekend break.

Chardonnay, shiraz and pinot noir dominate in these five regions, but their unique climatic and geographical features result in wines as distinct as the landscapes that produce them.

 

Yarra Valley wine region

Mandala Wines, Yarra Valley and the Dandenong Ranges, Victoria, Australia. Credit: Mandala Wines

Sip, sniff, and savour fine wines within the hallowed walls of historic Victorian viticultural institutions, or discover secret winery gems.

 

Mornington Peninsula wine region

Mornington Peninsula grapes, Victoria, Australia. Photo: Adrian Lander

Sample your way around Peninsula's boutique cellar doors for the region's renowned pinot noir, plus chardonnay, shiraz, pinot gris and pinot grigio.

 

Geelong wine region

Spray Farm Estate, Great Ocean Road, Victoria, Australia

Explore the Geelong wine region's diverse sub-regions from surf coast to volcanic plains making its food, wine and landscape resist any label.

 

Sunbury wine region

Goona Warra Vineyard, Sunbury, Daylesford and the Macedon Ranges, Victoria, Australia

Explore vineyards that date back to the 1850s and still produce long-lasting red wines in Sunbury and surrounding areas in the region.

 

Macedon Ranges wine region

Vineyards around Hanging Rock, Daylesford and the Macedon Ranges, Victoria, Australia

Tour to some of Australia's finest boutique wineries in the Macedon Ranges wine region for an authentic, intimate tasting journey.

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