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Winery in Healesville

The Yarra Valley is an Australian wine region located east of Melbourne, Victoria. It is a cool climate region that is best known for producing Chardonnay, sparkling wine and Pinot noir. The Yarra Valley follows the meandering Yarra River. Starting from the upper reaches above Warburton down to the wide valley through Healesville Yarra Flats past Yarra Glen the offer to Eltham. The gateway to the Yarra Valley could be considered Lilydale with the entrance being Coldstream.

Vineyards in the Yarra Valley come in juice producing to Wine producing to the cellar door restaurant with areas for Functions.

Long Gully Estate

03 9510 5798

Long Gully Road HEALESVILLE 3777 VIC

Open Weekends and most public holidays 11:00am - 5:00pm

winery cellar door

Long Gully Estate  is uch a beautiful place and great wine you will love how peaceful it is with great wildlife roaming around and fresh air hidden treasure… We Operate as a small winery produce hand made quality wines from merlots to chardonnay. Read more…

Payten and Jones

04 1859 6627

11 Garnook Grove, Badger Creek, Victoria, Australia

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Winery Irreverent Humour

Pinot Noir Syrah Chardonnay Sangiovese

Payten and Jones formed by two natives of the Yarra Valley, Behn & Troy,  with irreverent humour and life is fun approach.  Naturally they fell in with the wrong crowd and became Vignerons/Winemakers. Read more…

Barrique Wine Store

03 5962 6699

260 Maroondah Highway HEALESVILLE 3777

Sun -Thurs 11am-6:30pm Fri - Sat 10am-7:30pm

beer cider wine store tastings

Barrique Wine Store. WE’RE EXPERIENCED AT WHAT WE DO With more than ten years in the industry, we pride ourselves on being a premiere wine and beverage retailer located right in the heart of the Yarra Valley, Victoria. Read more…

macforbes

03 9818 8099

770 Healesville - Koo Wee Rup Rd, Healesville, Victoria, 3777, Australia

winery cellar door

It’s a funny time to be making wine in Australia. For many, technological advancements no longer define our wines, which bring us back to the age old question – what makes our patch of dirt unique? And this is macforbes journey. Read more…