"The landscape of the Grampians wine region is renowned for its natural beauty and produces wines with a rare combination of elegance, beauty and power. Vineyards were first planted in 1867 and included grape varieties so rare that several have defied all attempts at identification and are, in all probability, the sole surviving examples in the world.
Nowhere in Victoria is the link between gold and wine more pronounced than in the 1.6 kilometres (one mile) of underground drives that run through Seppelt's Great Western. These drives were excavated by hand by unemployed miners after the gold rush was over in the 19th century. " - Wine Australia
Maps courtesy: Wine Australia & James Halliday’s Wine Atlas of Australia (Hardie Grant Books 2008)