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Victoria boasts over 850 wineries, of which 650 have cellar doors, in 22 distinct wine regions. Enjoy cellar door tastings and dine on local produce at winery restaurants. From the cool-climate varieties of the Yarra Valley to the big reds of Rutherglen, create your own Victorian wine experience.
Hang out on Foxeys' hill and put your appetite in the hands of the chef and feast on a seemingly endless stream of tasting plates with matched wines.
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Bress is a beautiful biodynamic property producing a range of acclaimed wines, ciders and produce.
The wine, food and hospitality here will make you wish you shared the Dal Zotto name. A visit to the cellar door and trattoria is a King Valley must.
Travel through the subterranean passage for limited releases from this third generation winemaker and enjoy seasonal local produce on the expansive terrace.
Visitors are welcome to sample the wines and enjoy the breathtaking views at the cellar door.
Enjoy a tasting of Punt Road's fine wines, then slip off to sample the smartly-bottled Napoleone & Co Cider, made exclusively from Aussie apples.
From pinot on the Mornington Peninsula to sparkling in the Macedon Ranges, discover five distinct wine regions within an hour and a half of the city.
The vineyards of north-east Victoria fall into five distinct regions Rutherglen, Beechworth, Glenrowan, King Valley and Alpine Valleys.
The heart of Victoria includes the wine regions of Bendigo, Heathcote, Goulburn Valley, Upper Goulburn and the Strathbogie Ranges.
Western Victoria has four distinct wine regions producing cool-climate wines that are a perfect match with locally made cheese.
Experience Gippsland's diverse wine region, boasting over 100 vineyards and more than 40 wineries, easily accessed from Melbourne.
Recharge at the Royal Mail Hotel with two nights in a Deluxe Mountain View Room with breakfast daily and a five course dinner served with matched wines.
Enjoy our signature house roasted coffee and homemade fudge or nougat.
Book your table for a taste of celebrated chef Dan Hunter's Otways restaurant, named Restaurant of the Year by The Age Good Food Guide.
Invent a special occasion to get yourself to Flower Drum and dig into the novel Cantonese fare that garnered three more hats in The Age Good Food Guide.
Leave the queuing to scenesters and get on with the happy business of eating and drinking at Melbourne's first ticketed eatery, with added surprises.
Hatted by The Age Good Food Guide, Il Bacaro's the kind of the place that could have opened last week or ten years ago, which it did.
Stop into Terminus for an award-winning mix of North African, French and local cuisine, a proud owner of a hat from The Age Good Food Guide.
Make a beeline down Piper Street to pioneering Annie Smithers, with its kitchen–garden sourced menu and hat from The Age Good Food Guide.
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