There are 65 wine regions in Australia and 1000s globally. Twenty Five Doors will take you to them all.
Yarra Valley wineries are both rustic and elegant, producing wines that are, equally, rustic and elegant. It’s a rare combination, and being just 1 hour out of Melbourne, it benefits from being a tourist and locals destination. Learn more about the Yarra Valley.
The Barossa needs no introduction, and it’s wineries walk the fine line between their history and the future with a bold character. While everyone knows about the big reds, there is also a wave of Barossa wineries playing with alternative whites, rosés and sparkling. Learn more about the Barossa.
The Rutherglen wine region is one of the oldest wine regions in Australia. Most people know Rutherglen for muscat and other fortified wine, but with its perfect grape growing conditions, you will find an incredibly diverse range of wines worthy of your dinner table and your cellar. Combine with family owned and ran cellar doors and genuine country charm, this is a region you will remember forever. Learn more about Rutherglen.
Just a hop, skip and a jump to the North-West of Melbourne, Macedon Ranges brings together boutique wineries producing incredible wines. Cellar doors are sometimes extensions to the shed – wooden floors, rusty corrugated iron and well worn timbers – and the paths to the wineries are the roads less traveled.