The Grampians is not only known for its wines, but also for its significant role in conserving local culture, aboriginal history and timeless traditions. Many wineries and vineyards in this area were established more than two decades ago. Even though the winery facilities have some of the best and modern machinery, you will be surprised to see them following the same traditional methods for crafting wines.
Those looking for a traditional and quaint vineyard setting may want to explore the beautiful Gap Vineyard.
The Gap Vineyard, Halls Gap – Grampians Winery, Victoria
The vineyard features a tasting room that showcasing an array of authentic tasting wines. The Gap Vineyard boasts an authentic and classic selection of Australian wines, including Cabernet, Shiraz, Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris and Riesling. In addition, they also create Chardonnay, Rosé, a Late Harvest Riesling and Port.
Back in 1969, this vineyard and winery facility was established, and has gradually grew more with its sparkling wines admired in the market.
Visitors are welcome to learn more about the Gap’s traditional methods by interacting with their winemakers. Group wine tasting tours are also offered; however, such tours apply tasting fees.