The Yarra Valley is located approximately 60km east of Melbourne. This close proximity to the capital city makes it an extremely popular wine tourism destination, with many people day tripping to partake in "grape grazing". Most cellar doors are accessible by 1 of the 3 highways running through the valley: Maroondah; Warburton; and the Melba. The main centres are a Healesville and Yarra Glen with a number of cellar doors and wineries centred around the smaller towns of Seville and Coldstream. Read more


The Yarra Valley is a cool climate producing a variety of cold-climate varieties such as Pinot Noir, Riesling, Sauvignon Blanc and sparkling wines. Read more


  • Domaine Chandon

    Domaine Chandon is an offshoot of the French Champagne winery, Moet and Chandon. It was established in 1986 and while it is known primarily for its sparkling wines they also produce a number of other cool climate wines.. More info Add to tour

  • De Bortoli Wines

    De Bortoli wines was established in 1928 and remains one of the largest privately owned wine companies in Australia. It is based around the italian home truth of good food, good wine and good company.. More info Add to tour

  • Tokar Estate

    The Tokar Estate vineyard was planted in 1995 when the Tokar family purchased the property and planted 30 acres of vines. Initially this was for personal use and experimentation however the quality of the location, soil and climate made it ideal for a more commercial venture.. More info Add to tour

  • Helen's Hill Estate

    Scott McCarthy has spent 10 vintages with Yalumba in the Barossa, 2 vintages in the Napa, 2 vintages in France (Loire Valley and Languedoc), 4 vintages in Marlborough New Zealand, 3 vintages in the Yarra Valley. He joined Helen's Hill in 2006.. More info Add to tour

  • YarraLoch

    By appointment only.. More info Add to tour

  • Shelmerdine

    Shelmerdine grapes are sourced from estate owned vineyards in Heathcote and the Yarra Valley. This allows the winemaker to select grapes grown in an area that suit it.. More info Add to tour

  • Innocent Bystander

    The cellar door features a view through glass into the gravity flow winery, cellar and barrel room. It is also a restaurant, cheesery and bakery with a great wine list in it's own right.. More info Add to tour

  • Punt Road

    The cellar door has a large range of Punt Road wines available for tasting including the Napoleone Apple Cider.. More info Add to tour

  • Oakridge

    Oakridge was founded in 1978 and was one of the pioneers of winemaking in this sub-region of the Yarra Valley.. More info Add to tour

  • Acacia Ridge

    This winery was originally planted in 1997 as a contract winery, however the fruit was of such high quality that they started making their own wines.. More info Add to tour

  • Ainsworth Estate

    Open for lunch Thursday - Sunday and public holidays
    Open for dinner from 6pm Saturday. More info Add to tour

  • Allinda Winery

    Established in 1990 by Al and Linda Fencaros the focus is on complexity, balance and mouth-feel.. More info Add to tour

  • Bianchet

    Open for Breakfast, Saturday and Sunday
    Lunch on Wednesday - Monday
    Dinner on Friday and Saturday. More info Add to tour

  • Billanook Estate

    10am to 6pm weekends and by appointment. More info Add to tour

  • Lirralirra Estate

    Weekends 10am - 6pm and everyday during the Christmas period.. More info Add to tour

  • Seville Hill

    Seville Hill is built on rich red volcanic soils and the wines mirror this.. More info Add to tour

  • Bulong Estate

    There are 33 hectares of north-facing plantings at approximately 140m above sea level.. More info Add to tour

  • Coldstream Hills

    Coldstream Hills was founded in 1985 by wine writer James Halliday and purchased in 1996 by Southcorp Wines the winery produces around 1300 tonnes of wine each vintage from 100 hectares of plantings.. More info Add to tour

  • Yering Station

    The cellar door was once part of the Yering Station winery but now is a sole purpose cellar door and art gallery. It is a popular destination for tour buses and is often very busy.. More info Add to tour

  • Yarra Yering

    In 1973, Yarra Yering was the first vineyard to produce commercial wine in the Yarra Valley since 1921. This was the brainchild of Dr Carrodus who’s vision of wine was one where carefully selected vineyards and a respect for the vines produce complex and rich wine.. More info Add to tour

  • Trellis Wines

    Trell TRELLIS is a 5 star rated winery (2012 Halliday Wine Companion). More info Add to tour

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