Michelini Wines

Victoria | Alpine Valleys

Our Review

The Michelini family are among the best-known grapegrowers of the Buckland Valley in northeast Victoria. Having migrated from Italy in 1949, they originally grew tobacco, diversifying into vineyards in ’82. The main vineyard, on terra rossa soil, is at an altitude of 300m, mostly with frontage to the Buckland River. The Devils Creek Vineyard was planted in ’91 on grafted rootstocks with merlot and chardonnay taking the lion’s share. A vineyard expansion program has seen the plantings reach 60ha. -JAMES HALLIDAY


Pinot grigio, vermentino, arneis, barbera, sangiovese, marzemino, nebbiolo,teroldego, fragolino

Cellar Door


Built with the influence of Tuscan design, our cellar door brings a genuine warmth to your wine-tasting experience, with award-winning Italian varietal wines in an ideally located tourist destination and friendly and welcoming customer service. Group and tour bookings by appointment.


7 days 10–5

Details are correct at time of writing

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Stockist Information

Distribution Information

Twelve Bottles, Vic, NSW, Qld
EDG, Melbourne
EDG, Kemps Creek, NSW


Dan Murphy's, BWS, Ritchies IGA, Foodworks


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Winemaker Matt Kilby
Viticulturalist Dino Michelini
Region Alpine Valleys
Address 213 Great Alpine Road, Myrtleford, Vic 3737
Established 1982
Dozens 50 000
Vineyards (area) 141 ha
Opening Hours 7 days 10–5
Telephone (03) 5751 1990
Website www.micheliniwines.com.au