With the launch of the Moorabool Valley Taste Trail, our region has recently gained recognition as one of Victoria’s wine hotspots. Clyde Park, Austins and Co. and Rowsley Fault are some of the winery names on the lips of wine reviewers and social drinkers alike.
Developed by Tourism Geelong and the Bellarine, the Moorabool Valley Taste Trail includes a new brochure and website that are being promoted across the state and nationally through an extensive marketing campaign.
It’s not just wine though - our region produces an incredible array of farm fresh food and produce, from olives to cheese, berries to eggs, leafy greens, herbs and fruit.
Covering the southern end of Golden Plains from Inverleigh to Meredith, Anakie to Ceres and everywhere in between, the Moorabool Valley Taste Trail brings together over 30 different wineries, farm gates, cafés, restaurants, produce stores, events, markets and much more for foodies to experience and enjoy.
Other Golden Plains wineries on the Taste Trail include Eagles Rise Wine (Russells Bridge), Lethbridge Wines, Moorabool Ridge Wines (Lethbridge) and Spence Wines (Murgheboluc).
For further information see www.mooraboolvalleytastetrail.com or collect your brochure at Shire service centres.