Yering Station, Yarra Glen

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MELBOURNE | Yering Station is a Yarra Valley winery that was established in 1838 and today is one of the most visited wineries in the Yarra Valley. It’s a large property with several buildings, including the original winery building which dates back to 1859 and is where the cellar door is housed. The blending of historical architecture and natural surrounds makes for a relaxing, enjoyable space to enjoy some wine.

At the cellar door, visitors can sample the full range of Yering Station wines. Free tastings are offered, along with a range of private group tastings which attract a small fee and give visitors the opportunity to try some of Yering’s more exclusive wines. Yering produce and assortment of wines so chances are you’ll find something that suits your palate amongst the rather extensive range. There’s also a small shop attached to the cellar door where you’ll find a number of wines to purchase along with an assortment of other items from the region’s artisan producers.

For food, Yering Station’s restaurant provides sweeping views of the Yarra Ranges to enjoy while eating. Head chef Maxime Croiset and his team cook up classic French food with a modern twist, which is of course designed to be paired with wine. Think duck terrine, slow braised lamb shoulder, and caramelised manuka honey mousse.

Yering Station

38 Melba Highway
Yarra Glen
Victoria 3777
Australia

Telephone: (03) 9730 0100
E-mail: [email protected]
Website

Open
Mon – Fri: 10:00am to 5:00pm
Sat – Sun: 10:00am to 6:00pm

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