Healesville Wine District
The District of wineries Healesville, which is part of the Yarra Valley Wine Region, includes vineyards and wineries near the townships of Healesville and Badger Creek. The area is around 50 kilometers east of Melbourne. District of wineries Healesville is a very well-liked destination for day trips, weekend getaways, and extended vacations. Healesville is a center for fresh food and wine in the region, surrounded by breathtaking nature. Visit the renowned Healesville Sanctuary to view more than 200 species of unique native wildlife in a lovely setting along meandering walkways and walk-through exhibits. Visit one of the local wineries Healseville that offers tours of its cellar doors, such as Domaine Chandon, Rochford Wines, Coldstream Hills, Broussard’s Chum Creek, Grace Burn Estate, Long Gully Estate, Tarrahill Estate, Tarrawarra Estate, and Yarra Track Wines. The Toolangi Pottery, the Silvermist Gallery, the Healesville Community Market, the Yarra Valley Railway, the Yarra Ranges National Park, the Giant Steps and Innocent Bystander wines, and the TarraWarra Museum of Art, which features a gorgeous restaurant, wine tastings, and wonderful collections of Australian modern art, are just a few of the nearby attractions.
Bird on a Wire, VIC Healesville VIC 3777
Caroline Mooney, a winemaker, was raised in the Yarra Valley starting at the age of three months on a farm near Yering that is still family-owned and -operated today. She thought it was the ideal way to grow up to spend the weekends moving sheep and cattle, working in the cattle yards, feeding out, and doing basic farm labor. It was also the beginning of her love for the Yarra Valley’s seasons, including cutting hay and the rush to store it before a summer rain, mushrooming in the autumn, short winter days, and the rebirth of spring. Her father’s passion for collecting wine and decanting special bottles for holidays, birthdays, and family gatherings inspired her interest in wine. In 1995, Caroline began managing cellar door sales at a nearby winery. However, she soon realized that the vineyard and winemaking processes piqued her attention more.
Boat O’Craigo Vineyards, VIC 458 Maroondah Highway, Healesville VIC 3777
The unusual name of our winery is a nod to a farm in the Scottish town of Craigo. Our ancestors lived in Craigo, just next to the ferry port that crossed the North Esk River. The Yarra Valley in Victoria, which is expanding, is bookended by the name and customs of Boat O’Craigo, which have been carried across oceans. The physical portion of our journey ends here, at the entrances to the Yarra Valley, much like it did when the ferry docked, but the sensory experience has just begun.
Goodman Wines, VIC PO Box 275, Healesville
Wines that Kate Goodman enjoys drinking are produced by her. It’s been a personal adventure that started nearly 30 years ago. The emphasis is on producing high-quality wines in modest quantities. Intuitive winemaking techniques, minimum handling, and meticulous attention to detail produce wines with mouthfeel, varietal character, and individuality. In 2012, I started my own winery, which offered me the flexibility to share my winemaking experience with others and produce wines that genuinely reflect my love of life and my desire to unite people.
Innocent Bystander, VIC 316-334 Maroondah Highway, Healesville, VIC 3777
It serves as a restaurant, bar, cafe, and cellar door all rolled into one. Wines (as well as a cider) made by Innocent Bystander are delectable manifestations of our passion for making and consuming them. Come over to our house in Healesville and have some fantastic wine, pizza, paella, share boards, or a non-wine option like coffee and pastries.
Journey Wines, VIC 1A/29 Hunter Road, Healesville
Journey Wines are a representation of the winemaker, Damian North, as well as the distinctive vineyard settings where the grapes were cultivated. History Working as a sommelier at renowned Sydney eateries including the original Tetsuya’s in Rozelle and Pier in Rose Bay was how Damian first became interested in the world of wine. He traveled to the Yarra Valley to study winemaking at Charles Sturt University after deciding that his future lay in the fascinating world of wine. There, he worked as an assistant winemaker at TarraWarra Estate for a number of years.
Long Gully Estate, VIC Long Gully Rd, Healesville VIC 3777
The Long Gully Estate vineyard and winery produces table wines of flavor, delicacy, and distinction. It is located in the foothills of the Great Dividing Range in the Northern end of the Yarra Valley, close to Healesville. The calm and pleasant cellar entrance at Long Gully gives you an idea of why it is one of the Yarra Valley’s most commercially successful vineyards. what was once a week.
Mac Forbes Wines, VIC 11A Green Street Healesville
Our business is situated in the Yarra Valley and includes the Graceburn Wine Room, an urban cellar door in the heart of Healesville that serves tastings of the complete Mac Forbes line as well as additional, hand-picked domestic and international winemakers. Every weekend, the area changes into Graceburn Bistro, our interpretation of a warm, contemporary bistro, which serves dinner starting at 6 p.m. on Friday and Saturday nights and lunch starting at noon on Sunday. Our weekly menu changes and is seasonally driven. We provide a sizable and reasonably priced wine selection for both in-house consumption and takeout.
Payten and Jones, VIC 3 Lilydale Road, Healesville
We naturally joined the wrong crowd while growing up in Healesville and ended up becoming winemakers. We therefore make wines that do not strictly follow what our masters instructed us to do in order to be faithful to our roots. They have a little soul left in them and are both filthy and tasty. Come visit them sometime. Daily sales & tastings at the cellar entrance. Everyday Wine Bar with Friday & Saturday evenings lasting a little later.
Rob Hall, VIC 157 Pine Ave, Healesville
The wines include Chardonnay, which is produced in three vineyards: Harriet’s (near Healesville), Willowlake (Yarra Valley’s southern end), and Daniel’s Hill (northern end). Three vineyards, Harriet’s (near Healesville), Willowlake (Yarra Valley’s southern end), and Nenagh Park, produce Pinot Noir (northern end). New Cabernet in the Nouveau style is 28 years old, dry-grown in Kangaroo Ground, and is crisp, delicate, and delectably mouthwatering.
Salo Wines, VIC 28 Dorothy St, Healesville
At Salo Wines, we aspire to create grippy, textured, natural wines using intuitive winemaking techniques on premium fruit parcels. We learned how to overcomplicate things in college by working with wines to create complexity and by adding yeast, malo bugs, and other elements. It has taken us years to get these ideas out of our heads, and we’ve discovered that when you have wonderful fruit, the best wine can be created with very little effort.
Tarrawarra, VIC 311 Healesville Road, Yarra Glen VIC 3775
TarraWarra Estate was founded in 1983 close to the town of Healesville and is located in the Eastern portion of the Yarra Valley. It is a warmer site than other areas of the valley due to its northern face and reasonably sheltered location, allowing for earlier ripening and reducing the risk of disease. Our goal was to make the best Pinot Noir and Chardonnay in Australia. a cutting-edge winery employing.
Timo Mayer, VIC 66 Miller Road, Healesville, VIC 3777
We are a modest farm that makes hand-crafted wines from only one vineyard. We attempt to intervene with the natural winemaking process as little as possible because we think that wines are made in the vineyard. To show the authentic expression of the region, none of our wines are refined or filtered. Our goal is to produce wines that stand out. Bring the funk back! Toby Mayer Late last century saw the planting of the Bloody Hill Vineyard. The magic happens in this tiny 2.4 hectare vineyard, which is perfectly situated in the Yarra Valley.
Yarra Track, VIC 518 Old Healesville Rd, Yarra Glen VIC 3775
This vineyard was founded in 1989 and has received some well-deserved accolades for its Chardonnay and Pinot Noir. It is located in Yarra Glen on the old Yarra Track leading out to the goldfields of the Central Highlands. exclusively from low yielding estate vineyards. Martin Williams is the winemaker; Jim and Diana Viggers are the proprietors; and the hours of the winery are 10 a.m. to 5.30 p.m. Daily Groups whenever you make arrangements.
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