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Wine country Victoria
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Books about Wine country Victoria
Wine from the area Victoria
Wineries in Victoria
Once the largest region of Australia, it was almost entirely ruined in the 19th century by phylloxera vastatrix. Today, its most popular wines are the Pinot Noir and Chardonnay from Yarra Valley.
regions within Victoria
Central VictoriaGippsland
North East VictoriaNorth West Victoria
Port PhillipWestern Victoria
Vinivulture began here in 1838, when vines were first planted around melbourne. After only a few decades the region had grown to the country's largest with over 1000 ha growing area. After the phylloxera vastatrix attack, it took 85 years to plant vines in the areas Geelong and Yarra.

The soils in this southernmost region are very rich in nutrients. The slimate is fairly humid due to its neight and proximity to the ocean, which carries benefits and disadvantages.

Several types of wine are produced. The most popular are Pinot Noir and Chardonnay, but Shiraz and Cabernet succeed well in the Pyrenees and around the town of Great Western. Northeast of thRutherglen the Australian classics Muscat and Tokay are produced.

Winery (selected) from Wine country Victoria
The Cups Estate
Zielzie Wines
Yering Grange Vineyard
Yengari Wines
Zambelli Estate Wines

Wine (selected) from Wine country Victoria
Welshmans Reef Cabernet Sauvignon von Welshmans Reef Vineyard
06 Estate Chardonnay von Wild Dog Winery
Welshmans Reef Merlot von Welshmans Reef Vineyard
Welshmans Reef Chardonnay von Welshmans Reef Vineyard
Welshmans Reef Shiraz von Welshmans Reef Vineyard

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