The Grampians wine region is one of Australia’s most historical and acclaimed wine regions, with wineries based around Great Western, Ararat, Buangor, Moyston and Halls Gap.
Producing quality wine since the 1860’s, the Grampians is one of Australia’s most historical and acclaimed wine regions. Today, the Grampians is home to some of Australia’s most distinguished wine producers, including: Mount Langi Ghiran, Best Wines and Seppelt Great Western.
The wines of the Grampians wines are renowned for their ageability. Shiraz is the region’s signature variety, typically displaying dense purple colour with attractive pepper spice and plum characters on the nose and palate. The region also produces crisp, delicious Riesling and flavoursome Chardonnay, alongside its famous sparkling wines produced in the traditional French styles.
More information on the Grampians Wine region can be found at www.grampianswine.com.au