King Valley

It’s the Little Italy of Victorian wine: a valley nestled at the northern foot of the Alpine National Park producing a rich selection of Italian varietals including Prosecco, Arneis, Sangiovese and Barbera. What started as a tobacco growing region (indeed in some wines there is the faintest whiff of it), the area has traditionally been …

Mornington Peninsula

As Burgundy is to France, so the Mornington Peninsula is to Victoria. A region known mostly for its Chardonnay and Pinot Noir (though not solely for them), Mornington is both a wine as well as beach tourism destination for Victorians. It’s just over an hour’s drive from Melbourne (depending on where you go) and it’s …

Yarra Valley

It is impossible not to be captivated by the Yarra Valley. It’s a land of contrasts: hills, valleys, vines, sheep, wine dogs, clouds, sun…it’s an ever-changing vista. About an hour’s drive from Melbourne, the Yarra Valley has a deep history as Australia’s oldest wine growing district. Although the first vines were planted as far back …