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Wine regions

Wine regions

Victoria is divided into 6 wine zones, with each zone being further divided up into regions based on soil type and climate. Wine that displays a regional name must have at least 85% of its fruit sourced from vineyards within that specific region.

Map of wine regions in Victoria

Map above is not clickable. See numbered list of wine regions below.

Wine zone Wine region Selected areas with cellar doors (some with restaurants)
 
Port Phillip 1. Geelong Anakie, Clifton Springs, Colac, Geelong, Ocean Grove, Point Lonsdale, Portarlington, Queenscliff, Torquay, Werribee
2. Macedon Ranges Daylesford, Kyneton, Woodend
3. Mornington Peninsula Arthurs Seat, Balnarring, Dromana, Flinders, Mornington, Mount Eliza, Mount Martha, Red Hill, Rosebud, Rye
4. Sunbury Bacchus Marsh
5. Yarra Valley Cockatoo, Emerald, Healesville, Lilydale, Yarra Glen & Dixons Creek
Central 6. Bendigo Bendigo, Maldon
7. Heathcote Heathcote
8. Goulburn Valley Echuca, Nagambie, Shepparton, Yarrawonga
9. Strathbogie Ranges  
10. Upper Goulburn Broadford, Eildon, Mansfield, Marysville & Buxton, Seymour, Yea
North-east 11. Alpine Valleys Mount Beauty & Tawonga, Myrtleford, Porepunkah
12. Beechworth Beechworth
13. Glenrowan  
14. King Valley Milawa & Oxley
15. Rutherglen Rutherglen
North-west 16. Murray Darling Mildura, Robinvale
17. Swan Hill Swan Hill
South-east 18. Gippsland Bairnsdale, Cowes, Drouin, Foster, Inverloch, Korumburra, Lakes Entrance, Leongatha, Neerim South, Noojee, Omeo, Rhyll, Warragul, Yanakie
West 19. Ballarat Ballarat, Beaufort, Clunes
20. Grampians Ararat, Halls Gap, Horsham
21. Henty Hamilton, Port Fairy
22. Pyrenees Avoca & Moonambel, St Arnaud, Talbot