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It truly is time for us to get off. We so are stuffed with cheese, wine, whisky, chocolate and icecream I can hardly walk. In no way yet again will I think of my home town as a culinary black hole. Our tour manual, Bob, tells me Jason is one of the district's finest dairy technicians. Just before taking over GORGE, Melanie was a cheesemaker at our upcoming halt, Apostle Whey Cheese. colate. Our ultimate end on the twelve Apostles Gourmet Trail is Newtons Ridge Winery. It truly is breathtaking. We drive down a ridge and into a valley of vines, protected from the harsh winds that barrel in off the close by Southern Ocean. Once again this is a twoperson operation: David and Dot Newton, former dairy farmers who wanted to attempt a little something distinctive. Obtaining thereTrains to Warrnambool leave Southern Cross Station in Melbourne three times a day. It takes 3 hrs and fares start at $31 one way, complete fare, offpeak; seevline.au We had been dairy farmers for many of our lives and we have now looked after the vines similarly, David says. We're nonetheless expanding issues, but I much prefer the knockoff 4 o'clock chardonnay to a glass of milk. Brigid Delaney travelled together with the assistance of Stop by twelve Apostles. Dot and David opened their cellar door in 2003 and say other industries have sprung up because. Touring thereFor the Wonderful Ocean Road Gourmet Trail, tour operator Bob Scarborough requires groups of up to 22 visitors across the tra They have 250 cows Jerseys and Friesians and with the glass from the tasting space, it is feasible for guests to discover the cheese becoming produced. Julian emerges in cheesemaking garb. There's a romance to generating cheeses, he says. There are times with your life when you just need to make one thing. Dianne and Julian are farming while in the place for 31 years but have spent the previous 6 as cheesemakers. They may be famed for their Grotto cheese, which won silver during the 2007 Royal Melbourne Display. We use our very own cow milk. It really is all made here, Dianne says. The cheesetasting space overlooks the patchwork of Dianne and Julian Bensons' gorgeous, emeraldgreen dairy farm.