Welcome to one of Melbourne’s oldest and closest wine regions.
You’ve barely left Melbourne behind when you find yourself in the Sunbury wine region, exploring vineyards, opening cellar doors and tasting palatable wines.
The Sunbury Wine Region, located north west of Melbourne, has been producing wines and winning awards since the 1850s. Today, the region produces unforgettable Shiraz and remarkable Chardonnay varieties that are more terroir driven than New World.
The Sunbury Wine Region’s sense of place, on the edge of Melbourne’s skyline and the entry point to open spaces and rural landscapes, prides itself on welcoming visitors who enjoy the region’s notable cool, dry-climate varieties such as Riesling, Pinot Noir and Cabernet Sauvignon.
ARUNDALE FARM ESTATE
BACCHUS HILL WINERY
GALLI ESTATE WINERY
GOONA WARRA VINEYARD
LONGVIEW CREEK WINERY
ROSE CREEK ESTATE
Just beyond Melbourne Airport and only
a mere 30 minutes away from the CBD are the
closest vineyards to Melbourne,
all a part of the Sunbury Wine Region.
One of Victoria’s oldest wine regions, Sunbury has
been producing cool climate wines since the 1860’s
and is well regarded for its award-winning Shiraz.