Geelong Wineries

A lot of the wineries are open seven days a week. However, some are not. Some wineries will charge a tasting fee; this is normally waived if you buy a bottle or sometimes a glass or even if you are having lunch at the venue. There are plenty of other wineries in the region. However, some do not even have a cellar door facility, what is listed below should help with the planning of your fun day.

BELLARINE PENINSULA MOORABOOL VALLEY SURF COAST
Bellarine Estate Winery Clyde Park Vineyard & Bistro Bellbrae Estate
Flying Brick Cider Co Lethbridge Wines Brown Magpie Wines
Jack Rabbit Vineyard del Rios of Mt Anakie Dinny Goonan Wines
Oakdene Wines Eagles Rise (Wild Wine) Mt Duneed Estate
Scotchmans Hill Moorabool Ridge Saint Regis Food & Wine Bar
Terindah Estate Austins & Co The Minya Vineyard & Winery
Yes Said the Seal Rowsley Fault Vineyard Barwon Ridge Wines
Banks Road Vineyard Spence Wines Moshulu Estate
Basils Farm Prince Albert Vineyard
Leura Park Estate
Marcus Hill Vineyard
McGlashans Wallington Estate
Mermerus
Wayawu Estate
Baie Wines
Barrgowan Vineyard
Curlewis Winery
Grassy Point Wines
Ponda Estate
OPEN 7 Days Open Weekends or by app. Appointment only

Oakdene Wines

Oakdene Winery is just tucked off Grubb Road on the way to Ocean Grove. The focus on varieties such as Pinot Noir,…

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Saint Regis Winery

Saint Regis is another winery that offers the people of Geelong easy access, it is only a small winery with one hectare…

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Scotchmans Hill

Institutional is the word that comes to my mind when talking about Scotchmans Hill. It has been one of the lang standing…

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Terindah Estate

Terindah Estate has those incredible views, fantastic wines and a fun cellar door experience all going for it. With 5.6 hectares under…

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Yes-Said-The Seal

The Flying Brick Cider House is Sunday Funday to a tee; plush green lawns sweep down to the vines, plenty of outdoor…

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