Mildura Wineries

When I took my first flight from Melbourne to Mildura, there were two things that struck me. One was how desolate and barren the landscape looked from 20,000ft. And the second was just how many grape blocks there were to see as we began our descent. Many of those grapes are destined for the table grape market, others will end up as sultanas. But a reasonable proportion are grown by/for the local Mildura wineries.

Wine and Grapes

While not as well known as the bigger Australian wine producing areas like Adelaide or the Hunter valley, Mildura still produces a number of great wines. So, let us show you some of the wineries and cellar doors in the Mildura area… it’s a wine aficionado and connoisseurs delight. We have limited ourselves to wineries within a 30 min drive of the Mildura CBD.

Local Wineries

We will add the complete list of local wineries as time permits. For now, here are three just to whet your appetite. As I can get the information and pictures required, there will be stand alone pages for each winery.

The Cellar Door

The Sunraysia Cellar Door.
While this is not actually a winery, it is a cellar door, and therefore they not only sell wine but know a lot about the local produce.

You can find the Cellar Door close to the CBD, on the corner of Lime Ave and 10th St. Check our winery map above. Open 9am until 5pm weekdays, and 11am to 5pm weekends. When I called in there last week they had a $5 bargain bin, and a HUGE selection of local wines.

Phone: (03) 5021 0794