Pizzini Wines



There are so many ways to spend a few days in our region but here is a suggested itinerary for food and wine lovers as a starting point.
Day 1 King Valley

Explore the wineries around Whitfield and Cheshunt at the southerly end of the King Valley. There are lots to choose from and all offer a friendly welcome, often by family members, and the opportunity to get to know and love their take on Italian and Mediterranean varieties, grown and made in the King Valley. If you love Prosecco or would like to discover why it is a wine style taking the world by storm, join the King Valley Wineries who are part of King Valley Prosecco Road. Each of these wineries offers a Prosecco experience from tasting foods made using Prosecco to enjoying a cocktail or degustation lunch, for more information on King Valley Prosecco Road or King valley wineries in general visit here

Day 2 Milawa and Beechworth

Start in the adjoining hamlets of Oxley and Milawa, on the Snow Road, where there are a number of wineries, food producers and restaurants to explore. Then make your way to the historic town of Beechworth, where heritage architecture and a rich history give a beautiful backdrop for some of the region’s best shopping, eating and drinking. More information

Day 3 Great Alpine Road and Bright

Take the spectacular drive along the Great Alpine Road (via the Snow Road), stopping along the way at small family food producers and wineries to Bright. Here the backdrop is spectacular Mt Buffalo and alpine ranges. Once in Bright, take a stroll along the Ovens River, explore the quaint shops and renowned restaurants or drive up to the top of Mt Buffalo and walk the meandering tracks with their stunning views across the region. More information


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