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“Stables and Historic Setting”

Baileys of Glenrowan
Ranked #4 of 10 things to do in Glenrowan
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Owner description: Baileys of Glenrowan occupies a special little corner of north-east Victoria, situated between the granite rich Warby Ranges and picturesque Winton Wetlands. Established in 1870 the winery has since forged an enviable reputation for powerful, long lived red wines and world class fortifieds, particularly muscat and topaque. As custodians of a priceless heritage we take a traditional approach to winemaking to produce wines that are authentic, true to style and expressive of our special site. Our entire vineyard is managed organically to maximize fruit quality, and was certified in 2011. Our welcoming heritage listed Cellar Door is open every day from 10am, with the Old Block Cafe serving authentic pizzas and wood fired fare every weekend from 11am. We hope to see you soon.
Reviewed 4 July 2017

Beautifully kept and presented winery, with an interest for everyone. Grass Trees in the outdoor garden, lovely on a sunny warm day. We shared two pizzas for lunch between four and thoroughly enjoyed them! Interesting and different, though the staff were slightly disorganised, they were very friendly, and we had a lovely time. Wines were fabulous, and the ambiance is stunning. There is a huge log fire inside the tasting area with comfortable lounges. Or the dining room, although small, is warm and lovely also. Plenty of well presented relics. Highly recommend.

Date of experience: June 2017
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Baileys_of_Glenrowan, Manager at Baileys of Glenrowan, responded to this reviewResponded 10 November 2017

Hi 881coral,

Thanks for your kind words from your visit back in July. You have complimented the grounds, the heritage collection, the food and the wines, so I get to give everyone a pat on the back which is nice!

We hope yo see you at Cellar Door again soon.

Cheers,

Lennie
Baileys of Glenrowan

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Reviewed 26 June 2017

This winery is tucked away about 9km outside Glenrowan in the Taminick Gap. It is well worth the drive out there. The property oozes with history, with well kept grounds that you can explore and get a flavour of how people lived and worked over a century ago. There are Shiraz vines dating from 1904 and when it comes to the wines, they are extremely tasty, with bold award winning reds and some delicious and great value fortified. There is a lovely restaurant, gallery, winery museum and french style landscaped gardens for eating out during the summer. A beautiful location and outstanding wines.

Date of experience: June 2017
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Reviewed 14 June 2017

A group of us dropped in here over the long weekend. Great range of wines to taste... particularly their reds. Was a great little spot by the fire enjoying some cheese, tasting some reds and finishing off with an amazing fortifieds. Some families with kids were outside in the courtyard area when we left and the kids were having a great time... so next time we might even bring our little one.

Date of experience: June 2017
Thank Euan M
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Reviewed 23 April 2017 via mobile

We were lucky enough to have picked this winery for a lunch stop, as none of us had eaten here before!
The wood fired pizzas were delicious and flavoursome unlike some others we had on this trip!
Those that tasted the wines were impressed and ended up buying. For the rest of us, the coffees were very good!
The grounds are set up like a museum and it was interesting while we were sitting and waiting for our pizzas to watch the grapes being pressed!
Recommended!

Date of experience: March 2017
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Reviewed 19 January 2017

Came here randomly a few days before NYE.
The kitchen was due to be shutting but they fitted in a pizza for us which was delicious. My other half was driving so I got the pleasure of tasting all the amazing wine and the gentleman serving was so informative and fun. He really made our trip special.

Date of experience: December 2016
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