is a group of like minded individuals, who produce home-made wines
for their personal consumption and to share with their friends and family.
We currently have about 100 members on the Mornington Peninsula,
south eastern suburbs and as far away as Gippsland & NSW.
New members welcomed!
The Guild encourages the responsible production and consumption of alcohol.
We aim to produce wines which are of high quality with minimal preservatives/additives.
The varieties of wine produced from fruit, vegetables, herbs, flowers and other ingredients
are not readily available in the commercial market.
Grape wine varieties are also produced and we can source various grapes at vintage time.
One of the main advantages of Guild membership and meetings, is the ability to gain help or advice
as wines are made and to share our winemaking experiences and the odd bottle of wine.
By entering winemaking competitions you can hone your winemaking skills
by having your wine judged by professional wine makers and wine judges.
You can compare your wines at shows to other winemakers wines and possibly ask them how they achieved
their high score and flavour profile .
FAWG HAS RELOCATED OUR MEETING PLACE
TO MOOROODUC HALL, MOOROODUC.
We meet on the second Tuesday of each month at 7.30pm
All correspondence to Kevin Murphy (Secretary)
PO Box 91, Bittern. 3918.
Phone Contact: Glen Fortune (President) 0466 031 174
Home winemaker Nick Tavilla admiring his trellised grapes ready for vintage .