Family-run Best’s Wines still going strong after 150 years

Family-run Best’s Wines still going strong after 150 years

The Europeans might consider Best’s Wines as a new-world wine producer, but the 150-year-old Great Western-based winery holds secrets to old-world wines. On April 18, 1866, Henry Best was given permission to clear the land near Concongella Creek in western Victoria. The site has some of the oldest vines in Australia because Mr Best planted everything he could get his hands on at the time.

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