Henty wine region
Journey to the far south-west corner of Victoria where local produce such as lamb, beef, seafood, cheese and more combine magically with wines from what is still a largely undiscovered region, named after the first family to settle in Victoria in the early 1800s.
Covering a large area of Victoria, the Henty wine region extends from the Hopkins River across to the South Australian border and is home to about a dozen wineries and many more vineyards. It is one of the coolest of Australia's mainland wine growing regions and with the addition of plenty of sunshine, the Henty wine region provides conditions similar to Europe's Rhine Valley and Burgundy. Just like these regions, Henty is beginning to impress with varieties such as riesling, pinot noir and chardonnay.