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My friends and I dropped into this winery on our way home from a weekend in Wilson’s Prom. When we arrived we barely received a hello. The whole place was empty, but it felt like we were not welcome, it was a rather awkward experience....More
We had no idea if we were in the right place when we arrived as it was not the usual commercial style winery. But this was really casual and comfortable which is what we love! We both liked their wine and even more so paired...More
It was rather late in the day when we arrived, so the kitchen was clearly closed. This is small family run operation without the bells & whistles of the larger commercial operators. There in lies it charm, an Aussie family having a go, making some...More
The boss came in off the tractor to give my mum and I the full run down on the offerings here. We even came up with a cocktail version of their Sweet Cerise red wine. Ask for a Little Red Dress whenever you're next there!
We stopped in on our way down to the island and were pleasantly surprised. Driving down the long driveway, we weren't really sure what we were going to find at the end. We found a quirky little shed/building with the wine tasting area set up....More
Travelled a long way to visit this particular winery. Acknowledged shortly after arrival, but not very warmly. Another couple came through that appeared to be familiar to the staff member, and were given much more attention, while we sat awkwardly nearby, observing the chatting going...More
My partner and I were fortunate enough to visit Bass Valley Estate Winery as part of a heli-experience in conjunction with Phillip Island Helicopters.
Host Roger is simply fantastic! As part of the package, he'll take you through his vineyard and show you where the...More
We tried all of the makers wines and walked out with around 4. The tasting was done in a converted miking shed that still retains some to of the miking equipment. The wine maker was very good at explaining the different wines and how the...More
Tasting of the wines was free, which is always welcome. The tasting/eating area is housed in what was once the dairy, complete with old milking equipment. There is certainly some history here, and the rustic display of newspaper clippings and old machinery is really interesting....More