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Discover the wine and wineries of Beechworth
Discover Beechworth with James Halliday's Wine Atlas of Australia
Beechworth had a dazzling start in the nineteenth century, and there are those who believe its twenty-first century future is every bit as bright; if they are right, it will prove that size does not matter, for the region is a mere pocket handkerchief compared to (say) Geelong. The town of Beechworth was built with gold, discovered in March 1852, the year before the town was proclaimed. Perched precariously on a steep hillside with streets plunging at precipitous, unexpected angles, its stone buildings and array of exotic (European) trees are a sight to behold in autumn.
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