The Story of Murrindindi
Murrindindi is a beautiful region in Victoria's North Central district. It is rich in natural assets of forested mountains, lakes and rivers. Its geographical location and elevation north of the Great Dividing Range combined with its topographical features gives it a special climate. During the cold winter months, snow covers Lake Mountain and fog lingers between the abundant peaks and hilltops. The Aboriginal word, Murrindindi, means Mist of the Mountains
Meet the Winemakers
From the first vines planted in the region in the early 1970s until the present, wineries in Murrindindi are family-owned. The local winemakers have a hands-on approach and often manage the viticultural and winemaking aspects of their business. Winemaking starts in the vineyard, and it is the uniqueness of boutique wineries to marry the growing and making of the wines.
Meet the people who are passionate about their vineyard and craft!
Celebrate with us!
Wine is a great cultural drink bringing people together. For generations, wine regions across the world have been celebrating the end of harvest, new vintage releases and any other special occasion. In fact, winemakers are very innovative when it comes to finding excuses to celebrate their viticultural skills! So, join the Murrindindi Winemakers for their next event.
Murrindindi Wine Weekend 5th – 6th May
Now in its third year, Murrindindi Winemakers are opening their cellar doors on the first weekend in May to celebrate locally grown and made wines. Discover the hidden vineyards in the Acheron and Yea Valleys and meet your local vignerons who have just harvested their 2018 vintage. This year seven local wineries across Murrindindi are joining the celebrations on 5th – 6th May 2018.
Download the touring map here and start planning your Murrindindi Wine Weekend now!