Food and wine - Griffith
Food and wine in Griffith
Griffith is at the heart of the vast Murrumbidgee Irrigation Area and produces about 60% of the grapes grown in the State. Visit big-name wineries such as De Bortoli and Hanwood, stock up on local produce such as jams, preserves or pasta sauces.
Food and wine around Griffith
The city of Griffith and its surrounding area has been transformed by the Murrumbidgee Irrigation Area (MIA), a vast scheme that has transformed the once-dry Riverina plains into the "food bowl" of NSW. Italian migrants arrived in Griffith from the early 1900s; today, you can enjoy their legacy in cafes and restaurants and at cellar doors in local vineyards. Visit the Griffith Italian Museum to learn more about this heritage.
There are over a dozen wineries to visit here, including renowned labels such as De Bortoli Wines, Westend Estate, Casella Wines and McWilliams Hanwood Estate.Don't miss the delicious sweet wine made by the De Bortoli family from botrytis semillon.
Yanco Village Markets are on the last Sunday of the month from 9am to 1pm.
They are held in the Yanco Hall and feature hand made crafts, jewellery, baked goods, plants, fruit and vegetables,...
Melange Wines is named after brothers "Mel" and "Ang". Angelo's focus is making his late Father Gaetano D'Aquino's dream of a family winery a reality by creating small ...
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Every June long weekend the Sikh community hold a two day event at Ted Scobie Oval against the backdrop of Scenic Hill in Griffith. Enjoy ...