Bailey's of Glenrowan, Glenrowan wine region, High Country, Victoria, Australia
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Glenrowan wine region

Even before Glenrowan was thrust into the annals of folklore by its association with Australia's most famous bushranger, Ned Kelly, grapes had been planted at Baileys of Glenrowan, which today remains the largest vineyard in the region. Try to taste the history in the old vine shiraz at Booth's Taminick Cellars, with the Booth family having owned the winery since the beginning of last century.

Celebrate the wine region's history at fun-filled events like Trails, Tastings and Tales over the Queen's Birthday weekend and October's Winemaker's Weekend.

Baileys cellar door

Baileys of Glenrowan

Explore one of the oldest wineries in north-east valleys, especially the fascinating museum of winemaking equipment and Bundarra Gallery.

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Relaxing on the rocks

Morrisons Of Glenrowan

Get more than you bargained for at Morrisons, with stunning views of the Warby Range, homemade preserves and artwork adorning the cellar door.

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Silent Range Estate

Silent Range Estate

Get up close and personal with these full-bodied award-winning wines at a tasting, barrel room tour or walk through of the vines at this small winery.

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Taminick vineyards in autumn

Booth's Taminick Cellars

Bunker down in the historic cellar lined with cavernous barrels and taste the old vine shiraz planted from 1919, or try Durif, muscats and ports and trebbiano.

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Auldstone Cellars

Auldstone Cellars

Drop in to Auldstone for a weekend lunch and sample the fine wines amid century-old cellars built with local granite and handmade bricks.

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