"A place where people could visit, spend some time, enjoy the surrounding scenery and get as one with nature in a great Australian bush setting - and enjoy wine." (Shepparton News 15.9.12)
Mitchelton’s winery and spectacular cellar door complex, designed by renowned Australian architect Ted Ashton and complete with 55 metre tower, was officially opened in 1974.
Located on the banks of the Goulburn River in Nagambie, Mitchelton Winery blends the built and natural environment.
The original concept design for the winery complex was prepared by the father of modern Australian architecture, Robin Boyd. Boyd died in 1971 and E.R. (Ted) Ashton took on the project with the iconic tower later named after him.