High Country

Visit the home to Victoria’s most renowned cellar doors and farm gates, where historic townships are connected by crystal clear rivers and plentiful fields. A large proportion of Italian farmers see vineyards lean towards varieties such as prosecco and pinot grigio, alongside world-renowned fortified wines.

There are 15 unforgettable events this Regional Weekend, including:

Red Earth Degustation

The Steer Ate the Beer

  • 16 March, 12:00pm-4:00pm, $120.00
  • We have nurtured a Kuro Kin fullblood Wagyu steer with grain from brewing. Acclaimed chefs Anthony Simone and Simon Buckley create a feast from this beef, matched with MountainCrafted beers.

Family Fun in the Vineyard

  • 16 March, 12:00pm-11:00pm, entry is free. Cinema is $10 adults, $7 kids and $25 family
  • Orienteering and face painting will keep the kids happy, while adults relaxwith local food and wine before the outdoor family cinema – screening Life of Pi – starts at sundown.

While you’re in the region…

Discover Tour de Flavour on 16 March

Taste of Rutherglen 25 Year Anniversary, 16 & 17 March

Feast and cycle at Pedal to Produce

Tour de Hop! High Country Hops Bike Ride with Bright Brewery

View the full Regional Weekend itinerary here.

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