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The latest news of what's happening in Great Western, Victoria. The food and wine village of the Grampians.
Established in 1867, The Great Western Primary school is a small rural school located between the townships of Ararat and Stawell in Western Victoria. The students have been undertaking classes each week courtesy of the Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Garden Foundation where they are responsible for planting seeds, watering, maintenance, installing
A Grampians winemaker's experiment into terroir and winegrower personalities has surprising results. Adam Richardson - of ATR Wines conducted an amazing experiment with a surprising result Don’t tell the winegrowers in the Barossa, the Hunter Valley or Heathcote, but some people reckon the Grampians region in western Victoria
Book NowGreat Western, a part of the Grampians Wine Region has a little secret that is any wine and food lovers ultimate destination experience. The historic Seppelt Wines, a well-known award-winning Australian Winery, is also home to the longest underground cellars in the Southern Hemisphere. It was in 1864 when
Adam Richardson - ATR Wines in Great WesternA former naval aviator and international winemaker who’s had a hand in more than 70 million bottles of wine, Adam Richardson is now happily handcrafting small batches of unique wines in the scenic Grampians wine region. Under his label ATR Wines, Adam
“Wine should have a sense of place and a personality that’s reflective of its origins.” – Adam CarnabyWinemaker Adam Carnaby has been handed the baton as custodian of Seppelt – a celebrated name in Australian wine. He’s forging his own path while showcasing decades of history in a bottle. Adam
Great Western is known for being the wine and food village of the Grampians, but did you know that the first-ever Sparkling Shiraz, or Sparkling Burgundy as it was then called was first made in the cellars of Seppelt Wines in Great Western? Bottle of Seppelt Wines in the early