Region

Victoria

A state with the most diverse wine regions in Australia

There are 21 wine regions in Victoria that range from very warm climates like Rutherglen, producing world leading examples of fortified wine, to the coldest of cool climates in the Macedon Ranges, where some of the country’s finest Pinot Noir and Chardonnay are made. With so much diversity of wine in Victoria, it’s almost impossible to define stylistically, but rest assured, with so many varieties grown and outstanding wines being made, you’re guaranteed to find your own bottle of heaven.

Wineries

Australia

Cannibal Creek

Gippsland, Australia

Australia

Mount Monument

KATSALIDIS family, small production winery, high altitude, cool climate vineyard, Macedon Ranges. Ben Ranken, award winning winemaker.Only an hour's drive from Melbourne, Mount Monument offers an unspoiled environment to produce long-lived complex wines from the varieties Riesling, Chardonnay and Pinot Noir.

Macedon Ranges, Australia

Australia

Altera Terra

The project is the next chapter in the winemaking story of Doug Neal, formerly of the brilliant - and now no longer - Paradise IV.While the demise of the vineyard (which Neal did not own) is one of the more shocking and sad episodes in recent times, the legacy of the Paradise IV bottlings up to the final release 18 months ago left an indelible mark on the many fans amongst our customers. The wines also announced Neal as a formidable talent, albeit one who has flown under-the-radar for much of his winemaking career. Before Paradise IV finished, Neal had been working on the next stanza. His years learning under Giaconda's Rick Kinzbrunner as well as a growing list of consulting successes had honed his vision and understanding of the processes needed to give "voice" to ideas that had been percolating and taking form for decades.One of these was his aim to produce Shiraz that held elegance and nuance as well as density of flavour like those he had tasted in the northern Rhone valley (a feature of the Paraduse IV Dardel in fact) so when a mature vineyard, planted on granite, with multiple clones and at altitude in Murrumbateman became available for long term contract, the stars started to align on his new project, Altera Terra...Another Land.

Multiregional Victoria, Australia

Australia

Hesket Estate

Founded within the cool and temperate climate of the Macedon Ranges, Hesket Estate’s vineyard is grown on a bed of rich and fertile soil. Sustainable viticulture techniques are utilised capturing the grey and red loam soils of the beautiful Hesket Kerrie Valley. These techniques yield grapes of exceptional quality and character. Experience the true quality of this boutique vineyard as you sip fine wine in a tranquil and peaceful garden setting.Our Hesket vineyard features outstanding varieties of Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Riesling. Grapes are sourced from the local Straws Lane vineyard to produce our Sparkling Blanc de Noir and Gewürztraminer. An elegant Heathcote Shiraz is also available.

Macedon Ranges, Australia

Australia

Mount Mary

Mount Mary is a family owned, single vineyard estate located in the heart of the Yarra Valley. The region is in the south-eastern corner of Australia, east of Melbourne in the state of Victoria. Established in 1971 by John and Marli Middleton, Mount Mary was one of the first vineyards planted in the resurgence of the Yarra Valley as a premium wine producing region.

Yarra Valley, Australia

Australia

Paradise IV

Paradise IV is an iconic winery of the past. Created by legendary winemaker Doug Neal, the Paradise IV vineyard was planted in Moorabool, Geelong, in 1848 by Swiss vigneron Jean- Henri Dardel and has produced some of Australia's greatest expressions of Shiraz! Sadly, the vines were destroyed in 2018 and the vineyard no longer exists making these incredibly rare and limited wines treasures amongst collectors.

Geelong, Australia

Australia

Wine Animal

A new label collab between Wine Animal and Alkimi Wines

Yarra Valley, Australia

Australia

Victorian Treasures

There are 21 wine regions in Victoria that range from very warm climates like Rutherglen, producing world leading examples of fortified wine, to the coldest of cool climates in the Macedon Ranges, where some of the country’s finest Pinot Noir and Chardonnay are made. With so much diversity of wine in Victoria, it’s almost impossible to define stylistically, but rest assured, with so many varieties grown and outstanding wines being made, you’re guaranteed to find your own bottle of heaven.

Multiregional Victoria, Australia

Australia

Polperro

Polperro winemaker Sam Coverdale's premium single vineyard label making wines from his own vineyards in the Mornington Peninsula. Specialising in Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Pinot Gris.

Mornington Peninsula, Australia

Australia

Principia

Located at 139 Main Creek Road, Red Hill, the vineyard site is at an altitude of 220 metres and has a Northeasterly aspect. The average annual rainfall is approximately 850mm. The soil types consist of older volcanic red, brown and orange silty clays.The vines are not irrigated. A combination of both cane and spur pruning is used and canopy management includes shoot thinning, leaf plucking and bunch thinning as required. No pesticides are used and the fruit is harvested by hand with the assistance of family and friends. OPEN BY APPOINTMENT ONLY

Mornington Peninsula, Australia

Australia

Wilimee

Wilimee is a small family-run vineyard in the Macedon Ranges.Our philosophy is simple: we make great wine.At an altitude of 600m, the cool climate is perfect for Chardonnay and Pinot Noir.We hand pick the grapes that we grow on rare Cambrian soil, some of the oldest in Australia. The vineyard is next to a sacred quarry, once mined for its greenstone, which was used to make stone axes by the Wurundjeri people. Wilimee Mooring means 'Place of Stone Axe'.Our vines were planted in 1982, making them some of the oldest in the Macedon Ranges

Macedon Ranges, Australia

Australia

Syrahmi

The name Syrahmi is a made up from “Syrah” the French word for Shiraz and “Ami” meaning friend. The idea being a “friendly Shiraz” or “A friend of Shiraz”As a wine maker, My aim has always been to express the true terroir of the vineyard and vintage.

Heathcote, Australia