Upper Goulburn Wine Region By James Halliday

Discover the wineries within this wine region. Use our Region Guide and map to help you plan your next winery visit and to learn more about this region. This content is taken from James Halliday’s Wine Atlas of Australia, which is available to buy in the Wine Companion bookshop.

Discover the wine and wineries of the Upper Goulburn

Discover the Upper Goulburn with James Halliday's Wine Atlas of Australia

Originally a Central Victorian High Country region was proposed, encompassing both the Upper Goulburn and Strathbogie Ranges, but the decision to split the two regions was clearly correct. This is a seriously cool area, with mountains up to 1800 metres, and vineyards planted as high as 800 metres (and as low as 250 metres). It is one of the few Victorian regions without a history of nineteenth- century viticulture: it may well have seemed to be too cold.

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Fast Facts

  • Latitude:
  • Altitude:
    250–800 m
  • Heat degree days:
  • Growing season rainfall:
    370 mm
  • Mean January temp:
  • Harvest:
    Late March to late May
  • Chief viticultural hazard:
    Spring frost

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