Dionysus winery is situated in the Canberra District – an area that produces premium cool climate wines. Since opening the Cellar Door in March 2003, over 20 000 people have visited Dionysus Winery. Visitors to the Cellar Door have provided tremendous feedback about their visits and Dionysus Winery is now known for its friendly and warm service as well as the high quality wines. Check out the comments in the visitors book when you next visit Dionysus Winery.
Dionysus Winery takes its name from the Greek God of Wine. They are nestled in the rolling hills east of the Murrumbateman village at an altitude of 600 metres, half an hour from Canberra’s city centre.
Located at an altitude of 600m Dionysus Winery is ideally suited to the production of high quality wine. The vineyard was planted over three years, commencing in 1998. In all, 10 acres of vines have been planted. The varieties planted are: Cabernet Sauvignon; Shiraz; Pinot Noir; Gamay: Tempranillo: Viognier; Chardonnay; Sauvignon Blanc; and Riesling.