Sam Miranda is a third generation winemaker continuing his family tradition and passion for producing premium wines.
Experience the ambience of an underground cellar as you enter the subterranean passage leading you to our tasting area. Embark on an adventure with our rare wine varietals hailing from Italy, Spain, France and Russia.
The Politini family warmly invite you to visit, sample and enjoy their fine quality, fruit-driven wines of Italian and French varieties.
Relax and treat your senses to the wonderful taste of superb wine, breathtaking vistas of mountain ranges, fresh country air and the humble sound of nature. Open 11am-5pm daily.
Open 11:00am – 5:00pm
At Pizzini Wines cellar door taste French and Italian wine varieties including Pinot Grigio, Riesling, Arneis, Shiraz, Sangiovese, Nebbiolo and Vin Santo, a rare Italian dessert wine.
Cellar door incorporates a cooking school run by Katrina Pizzini (check website for details).
Wine making practices follow the Corsini family tradition for the past three generations with no preservative added and no filtration, thereby retaining the full characteristics of each wine.
The impressive winery and cellar door built by the family from Glenrowan granite rocks in traditional Tuscan style.
The Dal Zotto family blends generations of Italian wine making expertise and hospitality with a contemporary Australian touch. The result is the essential King Valley experience. Converted tobacco sheds house the cellar door, enjoying stunning views over the vineyard and the valley.
Our acclaimed traditional Italian varietal wines can be tasted with family or savoured with the exquisite menu of local produce at our Italian Trattoria open weekends from 12noon-4.30pm. Visit the website for information and a calendar of events.
Located in the higher reaches of the scenic King Valley, Chrismont’s thirty years in vineyard management combined with an innovative approach in winemaking, delivers wines of uncompromising quality and distinction.
Awarded a five star rating and highlighted as one of the best ten “dark horses” in James Halliday’s “Australian Wine Companion” 2010 Edition, Chrismont is passionate in showcasing diverse wine varietals the Australian lifestyle continues to embrace.
The valley’s continental climate provides warm days and cool nights, influenced by the katabatic breeze that sweeps northward down the valley from the high country. A range of microclimates are available from the slightly warmer valley floors to the bracingly cool upper slopes. This variance in elevation is why the King Valley region can produce such a wide range of wine styles.