Geelong and Bellarine Peninsula Gourmet Region


Geelong was officially pronounced a town in 1838 with a grand population of 545 inhabitants and the standard infrastructure of a hotel, church, general store and wool store. Only four years later the first Geelong, Victoria vineyards were planted by Swiss and German settlers in Barrabool Hills. Today, the region boasts over 50 vineyards growing a strong, diverse range from pinot noir, cabernet sauvignon, chardonnay and shiraz, with over 20 open to the public for cellar-door tastings.

Geelong Wine
Geelong Wine
The Bellarine Taste Trail
The Bellarine Taste Trail





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