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Alpine Valleys wine region

Experience the hot summer days and cool nights that make such distinctive wines around the four valleys created by the Ovens, Buffalo, Buckland and Kiewa rivers. Dine alfresco and spend the afternoon sampling local varietals while taking in stunning valley views.

The unique sub-alpine conditions produce wines of great elegance, with intense fruit characters and high natural acidity. The multitude of microclimates in the Alpine Valleys have allowed 33 different grape varieties ranging from traditional chardonnay and shiraz through to less common grapes such as sauvignon vert and nebbiolo to be successfully grown on its hillsides and valleys.

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Wineries

Alpine Valleys wine region

Wineries

Michelini Wines

Squeeze in between Mount Buffalo and Devil's Creek in the Buckland Valley for a slice of Italy and discover the strawberry-flavoured Fragolino wine.

Wineries

Gapsted Wines

Gapsted Wines' cellar door is one of North East Victoria's most vibrant tourist destinations. Located on the Great Alpine Road about five minutes...

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