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Victoria's original wine festival, the Rutherglen will once again be the place to be on the June long weekend for the annual Rutherglen Winery Walkabout.From the beginnings in 1974 when the Winemakers' of north east Victoria joined forces to promote their quality wines, the festival has grown in size and stature. Rutherglen Winery Walkabout now attracts over 20,000 visitors and includes the Rotary Country Fair on the Sunday.Armed with Walkabout glasses and wrist band, the young, old and in between descend on the wineries for a spectacle not to be missed.Don't want to drive? A TAC Shuttle bus service is picking up passengers from regional areas such as Lavington, Albury, Wodonga, Howlong, Wangaratta, Chiltern, Mulwala, Yarrawonga, Bundalong, Corowa and Wahgunyah. The Shuttle buses are a hop on and hop off service - you choose which winery you want to go to.A full list of activities can be found on the website.
Head to Kelly country and taste the history in the spectacular shiraz and fortified wines produced by Glenrowan's century-old wineries.
Sit and relax with a cold beer in the sun at craft breweries in the High Country, or taste the selection and buy a six-pack to take home.
From shiraz to sauvignon vert, discover more than 30 different grape varieties at picturesque wineries in the Alpine Valleys wine region.
Ride through some of Victoria's most spectacular landscapes, then roll into town and reward yourself with a gourmet lunch made from local produce.