The inaugural Bendigo Uncorked Week drew to a close on 15th October with rave reviews and happy patrons. From 6th to 15th October 2017 more than 1,100 wine and food lovers immersed themselves in a range of events run by the Bendigo Winegrowers Association in partnership with iconic restaurants across the city.
The 2015 Burnt Acre Shiraz was the clear winner of Bendigo’s Best Shiraz competition – The People’s Choice. Members of the public blind-tasted the full suite of Shiraz at Wine Bank on View during Bendigo Uncorked Week. Burnt Acre Winemaker Cliff Stubbs said that winning Bendigo's Best Shiraz was very rewarding.
In August Killiecrankie Wines scored a GOLD from Winewise Magazine for its 2015 Ravenswood Run Shiraz. Only five Golds are handed out
Social media bloggers Cellar Door Score came for a visit to the Bendigo Wine Region in September and left satisfied, wine in hand and bellies full. Read on for what they had to say about the Bendigo Wine Region.
Congratulations Harcourt Valley Vineyard and Glenwillow Wines, both awarded at the Melbourne Wine Competition 2017.
The 2017 Young Gun of Wine list was revealed and a Bendigo winemaker is among them – Melanie Chester, Chief Winemaker at Sutton Grange Winery.
Killiecrankie Wines has been #urbanlisted as one of the Top Ten "Must-do's" by The Urban List Melbourne.
The Strategem Bendigo Winemakers Festival gave locals and visitors to Bendigo plenty to enjoy on Saturday 29 April 2017. The Autumn day was the perfect mix of Bendigo region wines, food stalls and music that made patrons smile.
Three cellar doors in the Bendigo Wine Region are worthy winners in the Gourmet Traveller Wine, Australia's Best Cellar Doors Awards 2017.
The sun was out and the smiles shone on the faces of guests at the Regional World's Longest Lunch Bendigo in Rosalind Park on Friday 31 March.