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Morrisons Of Glenrowan

Address: 30 Kays Ln, Glenrowan, Victoria 3675

Phone: 03 5766 2734  


Located just two kilometres from the site of Ned Kelly's last stand, the cellar door at Morrisons of Glenrowan is open daily from 10am to 5pm and Sundays 12pm to 5pm.

The rocky quarry track wends its way through the vines to the cellar door that is sited on an elevated section of the bush block. Panoramic views are there to surprise you as you arrive at the cellar door. The Morrisons produce fine full bodied red wines that are true to the style and terroir of the Glenrowan Wine Region. Shiraz, Durif, Primitivo, Tempranillo and Cabernet Sauvignon are made and some interesting blends are produced.

All red wines are aged in barrels of American or French oak. A cool climate Semillon Sauvignon Blanc is made each year and in 2010 Fiano Garganega. The small scale operation has been in production for nine years, and is a retirement project for the Morrisons. Bob and Dianne Morrison studied winemaking at The Centre, Wangaratta in 2001 and Bob Morrison graduated in 2007 with a Diploma of Wine Technology from Melbourne University, Dookie campus.

Homemade preserves are available at the Morrisons of Glenrowan Cellar Door. There are homemade jams, Worcestershire sauce, pickled walnuts and herbal tea. The work of local print maker Fleur Rendell can be viewed and purchased.

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