Monday, January 21, 2008

Strathbogie Ranges Wine Region

Strathbogie Ranges Wine Region is one of the least known wine regions in Victoria. It's not that the region is remote, it is on the south east side of the Hume highway, between Seymour and Benalla.

But the countryside is rugged and there are only a few towns in the region. A large proportion of the grapes grown here is used in wineries based elsewhere.

But it is a region worth finding out about. there are many elegant wines available form this region.

It will feature at the next Victorian Wine Regions Showcase series on 6 and 7 February

Vinodiversity's discussion of the Strathbogie Ranges Wine Region

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