Tahbilk Winery & Vineyard, Goulburn Valley wine region, High Country, Victoria, Australia
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Goulburn Valley wine region

Take a trip to the sprawling Goulburn Valley wine region, an area stretching from Seymour in central Victoria right up to Echuca on the Murray River.

The perfect combination
The mild weather, abundant water and sandy soils have enabled the valley and the sub-region of Nagambie Lakes to consistently produce award-winning wines since the 1860s. To try some of the region's best new labels, visit wineries in the emerging New South Wales wine region of Perricoota.

Local heroes
Take a tour of the Tahbilk Winery and Vineyard, one of the oldest in the country and a must visit destination for Australian wine lovers. Established in 1860, Tahbilk pioneered the area's affinity with Rhône varietals such as marsanne, shiraz and rousanne. Be sure to taste some of the region's famous buttery rich chardonnay.

As well as vineyards, prolific orchards grow apples, pears, peaches and other stone fruits, so watch out for the farm gate sales for farm fresh produce.

cape horn

Cape Horn Winery

Pack a picnic and enjoy quality boutique wines at this cellar door on the banks of the Murray River. Make the short trip from Echuca by car or boat.

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Fyffe Field vineyard

Fyffe Field Wines

Drop in to chat with the Diamond family and tempt the taste buds with free tastings of whites, reds, fortified wines and the much-loved Cobram Crème.

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Whistling Eagle Vineyard

Whistling Eagle Vineyard

Arrange an appointment to visit this vineyard and sample its signature wine, the Eagle's Blood shiraz, made using traditional winemaking methods.

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Tallis Cellar Door winter

Tallis Wine Cellar Door

Experience the best views in the region at Tallis Wine Cellar Door, open Friday to Sunday or by appointment during the week. Tallis Wines are...

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Cellar Door Tasting

Tahbilk Winery and Vineyard

Tahbilk Winery, with underground cellars dating back to 1860 and 1875, is set amidst numerous English and Continental trees.

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