An all year round experience

  • When you are next in Mansfield please pop into High Country Wine Cellars High St Mansfield..right in the heart of town where you can experience the “wine tour without the bus”.  Yes call in and say Hi to David Mims who is now the proud owner of his dream.  He has a lovely selection of wines from the Upper Goulburn Region…so if you want to save your legs and energy driving from cellar door to cellar door in our large and wide spread region this is the place for you.  Taste and buy boutique, hand crafted wines of distinction.
  • spring


    Events in Spring

    Vinyl Sunday at Philip Lobley Wines – Glen Burn

    Sunday 28th September 2014  from 11.00 am

    Enjoy your old vinyl records while enjoying lunch and a good drop of wine – bring your records along, swap, buy or listen and have fun

    For bookings please call  Phil or Lyn on 5797 8433 or 0408 669 109


    October 2014

    Marysville Sparkling Wine Festival

    The inaugural Marysville Sparkling Wine Festival was held over four days during November, 2010. It is now to be an annual event and to coincide with the running of the Melbourne Cup.
    The main activities on the Festival calendar are the Australian Sparkling Wine Show, where the best sparkling wines in a variety of classes are chosen, a Gala Dinner and the wine festival itself, held on Melbourne Cup Day.

    The festival is a day of food, wine and entertainment held on Marysville Central Park, in the main street of Marysville and nestled in the surrounding hills. Sparkling wines, local food and produce can all be sampled. The hills come alive with the sound of live music, fashions on the field and cooking demonstrations. For more information for 2013 program log into


    Bush Picnic – Lunch in the Vineyard – at Barwite Vineyards - 

    Monday 3 November 2014

    12.00noon – 3.00pm:  -  1974 Long Lane Barwite – Mansfield

    Enjoy a picnic lunch of home grown, sizzling spit-roast lamb, salads and dessert, combined with the delicious, newly released wines of Barwite Vineyards and Ros Ritchie Wines, sitting in the vineyard surrounds, overlooking the mountains and Broken River valley, east of Mansfield.

    Wine tastings and sales of both Barwite and Ros Ritchie wines will also be available.

    Tickets are $35, which includes the purchase of a two course lunch and a wine glass, with wines provided at $5/glass or by the bottle at cellar door price.

    For more information, please phone Bryan on 0413 135 433

    For bookings, email

    Guest Cellar Door Day  -  22 November 2014

    11.00 am to 4.30 pm

    Taste a variety of local wines, listen to music and make your purchases just in time for the Christmas table

    Light lunches will also be available provided by Ben Davies, The Culinarian – Mansfield

    Venue:  Barwite Vineyards, Fridays Lane, Barwite (Mansfield)

     For information call Susan on 0418 595 878


    Mansfield Long Lunch – Sunday 13 September 2015

    Discover majestic High Country splendour with signature dishes from local chefs matched with fine wines from the Mansfield region.

    Cost $xxx per person includes entertainment, food and wines.


    Contact: Susan Kinloch –  0418 595 878





  • autumn

    Events in Autumn


    Upper Goulburn Vintage Celebrations – Mansfield Sub Region
    A Day on High – Saturday 25 April 2015

    Mansfield’s comes alive with wine, food and music for the annual showcase of this region’s finest wines. Meet the faces behind the labels and take advantage of special Vintage Celebrations deals.

    WINE:  purchase a tasting glass and sample premium, hand-crafted wines from our high altitude vineyards. Choose your favourite cool-climate wines by the glass or bottle and take home a flavour of the High Country.
    FOOD: Choose from the many artisan delicacies offered by regional food producers to match your favourite wines.
    MUSIC: Enjoy listening to live music  - Jo Jo Smith as well as  The Lex Pistols
    Date: Saturday 25 April 2015
    Time: 12 pm  – 5pm




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