15 & 16 October 2019
A key emphasis on the Wine Show is to use the Show as a learning and development opportunity for the region’s winegrowers. Entrants will be provided with written feedback to exhibitors who were unsuccessful in securing a medal for their wine that could be drawn upon in future wine making decisions. An opportunity will also be provided through the Associate Judging Program for an aspiring Geelong winemaker to obtain a mentored judging experience both at the Geelong and Victorian Wine Shows in 2019.
It is with thanks to the sponsors, judges and Geelong region producers who make the Geelong Wine Show one of the standout regional wine shows in Australia.
FRIDAY 18 OCTOBER 2019
@ Truffleduck, 66 Hyland St, Fyansford
The Geelong Wine Show culminates in an Awards Presentation Dinner to present and showcase our gold, silver and bronze trophy winners.
On the evening we will witness the induction to the Geelong Wine Industry Hall of Fame.
Enjoy a delicious 3-course menu featuring premium local ingredients, served alongside our trophy winning wines. This year’s dinner is proudly catered by Truffleduck.
This annual dinner is open to both wine industry and public with tickets from 16 September 2019.
Dress code: Formal
Tickets are limited. Don’t miss your chance to attend this prestigious evening and celebrate the award-winning wines of Geelong
Tickets $145 per person
Don’t miss your chance to attend!
GOLD MEDAL PUBLIC TASTING
SUNDAY 20 OCTOBER 2019
12.30pm – 3.00pm
@ Archive Wine Bar, 140 High St, Belmont
Have your opportunity to taste the Gold Trophy winning wines of the 2019 Geelong Wine Show. This public tasting event held at the iconic Geelong Cellar Door, includes a selection of 15+ Gold Trophy wines, as well delicious charcuterie + cheese grazing platters to share.
Enjoy an afternoon tasting your way through the region, while soaking up the cosy atmosphere at Archive Wine Bar. Wine specials available on the day. Tickets are limited to 90 and will sell out fast.
(Pre-sale tickets only)
Tickets $50 per person
(Pre-sale tickets only) on sale from 1 September 2019.
Don’t miss your chance to try this years award winning wines!
Aims of the Wine Show
To promote excellence in wine growing in the region.
To provide winegrowers with a benchmarking opportunity for their wines.
To broadly promote the wines of the region to the wine trade and wine drinking public.
To identify the best wines of the region each year.
To foster links between sponsors and the wine industry.
Past Show Results
2018 Geelong Wine Show
Geelong Wine Association Best Wine of Show – Provenance Wines 2016 Geelong Shiraz
Barry Plant Real Estate Trophy for Best Shiraz – Provenance Wines 2016 Geelong Shiraz
Seguin Moreau Trophy for Best Chardonnay – Leura Park Estate 2017 Chardonnay
Black Salt Trophy for Best Pinot Noir – Clyde Park Estate 2017 Pinot Noir
Labelhouse Trophy for Best other Wine – Dinny Goonan 2018 Riesling
Provincial Media Trophy for Most Successful Exhibitor – Clyde Park Estate
View Past Results
2017 Geelong Wine Show results
2016 Geelong Wine Show results
2015 Geelong Wine Show results
2014 Geelong Wine Show results
2013 Geelong Wine Show results
2012 Geelong Wine Show results
2011 Geelong Wine Show results
2010 Geelong Wine Show results
2009 Geelong Wine Show results
2008 Geelong Wine Show results
2007 Geelong Wine Show results
2006 Geelong Wine Showresults
2005 Geelong Wine Show results
Hall Of Fame
2018 Hall of Fame Inductee
Maltby’s – Anakie
The 2018 inductees into the Hall of Fame are Tom and Deidre Maltby of Anakie Vineyards who together with their sons Chris and Hamish planted 15ha of vines on the slopes of Mt Anakie in 1967. They released their first wines in 1972, their 1975 semillon made by Deidre and Chris was the first Geelong wine in over 50 years to win a gold medal, while other accolades included the Expovin Worldwide Wine Show in Melbourne 1976 Expovin Award and also gold at 1980 World Wine and Spirit competition – the first local wine to win an international award. They were also early adapters of the stelvin screwcap in the late 1970’s.