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Mt Coghill Vineyard is a family-owned boutique winery, 20 minutes north west of Ballarat offering visitors a newly built cellar door. The cellar door was built from old rustic timbers and corrugated iron and overlooks the beautiful volcanic formations of the Ballarat Highlands.

The cellar door provides a variety of single vineyard cold climate wines including chardonnay, rose, pinot noir, sparkling rose, sparkling pinot chardonnay and more. Their wines have received great reviews from Campbell Mattinson of Hallidays and also silver medals at the Ballarat Wine Show in 2023.

Wine tastings, snacks, chocolate and wine pairing (featuring four handmade, Australian native inspired chocolates and four matching wines) are available most Sundays. Grazing boards and pizza Sundays will be limited to selected weekends of the year. You can find further information by heading to the website.

Bookings are requested for Sundays to ensure guests order and receive their preferred experience. Private events are possible on other days of the week. Please head to the contact form on the website to include details of your proposed event.

Content: Mt Coghill Vineyard

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970 Coghills Creek Road, Coghills Creek VIC 3364

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11:30am–4:30pm


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