For a world-class wine with a view — and a slice of pizza — head to the Pyrenees.
March 22, 2022
On a vineyard in Moonambel, a picturesque town in the Victorian Pyrenees region, the Summerfield family grows grapes that are turned into richly hued, bold reds. In 1970, Ian Summerfield planted ten acres of mostly shiraz vines, and the wine has remained a family affair since, with the generations that followed taking over various parts of the vineyard's — and eventual winery's — operations. The family is now known for producing consistently delicious drops, while retaining a deep commitment to and respect for viticulture and winemaking practices.
You can visit Summerfield Wines for world-class vino and woodfired pizzas — which is a truly delicious way to spend a day among The Great Dividing Range.
Head to the website to make a booking at the cellar door.
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