Bendigo's wine and grand gold rush architecture took centre stage on Friday 9 October 2015 at Bendigo Heritage After Dark. This was the second annual Bendigo Heritage After Dark event held by the Bendigo winegrowers.
Bendigo Winegrowers Association's Wes Vine said more than 250 people attended the wine and food affair held in the Bendigo Town Hall.
"Patrons sampled more than 40 wines on display from 15 Bendigo region winegrowers," Mr Vine said.
"The clinking of wine glasses was a common sound as patrons enjoyed the historical heart of the city and an evening with friends tasting the great wines of the Bendigo region.
"It was a glorious evening and one that clearly showcased the Bendigo wine region to patrons," he said.
Bendigo Heritage After Dark is a casual wine and food event with a festive atmosphere taking place each year in October, in the majestic Bendigo Town Hall from 5pm to 8pm.
The winemakers patrons got to meet this year represented the following wineries: La Terrazza Vineyard, Harcourt Valley Vineyards, Burnt Acre Vineyard, Sandhurst Ridge Winery, Water Wheel Vineyards, Connor Park Winery, Glenwillow Wines, Lome, Black Estate Vineyard, Turners Crossing, Killiecrankie Wines, Rivergate Wines, Newbridge Wines, Mandurang Valley Winery, Mt Alexander Winery.
Many of these wineries have Cellar Doors open to visitors. Check out our Winemakers page to plan your visit. Join us on Facebook to find out about upcoming events, and news from the Bendigo winegrowers.