As the heavy morning fog begins to lift over the vineyards, the rain begins to let up, and the gloomy skies begin to give way to the morning light, our warm and welcoming white bus rolls into Yering Station full of happy passengers waiting to be warmed up by the beauty of the Yarra Valley in winter.

When it comes to putting up an outfit for a Yarra Valley wine tour during the winter, you need to make sure that you have dry feet, warm coats, crackling fires, deep reds, hearty lunches, and thick scarves.

Because the Yarra Valley is less populated in the winter, you can anticipate very warm greetings at Cellar Doors, both from the personnel and from the fire places that are there. We provide you with the opportunity to experience various great cabernet sauvignons, shiraz, and pinot noirs, and you are free to make a purchase after doing so if you so choose.

At cozy restaurants like Soumah Wines, you can anticipate hearty winter food such as rabbit ragu with herbs and white wine and tagliatelle pasta or slow cooked lamb shoulder with liguarian olives accompanied by butter and pea gnocchi. Both of these dishes are served alongside a side of pasta.

At Yering Farm, which is one of our favorite vineyards, you will have the opportunity to sit by the open fire and chat with the winemakers, who would much rather be inside talking to you about their wine than out in the vineyard pruning.

And of course, among the naked vines and dewy grass, there will be a plethora of picture-perfect settings for you to take photographs. You’ll have the opportunity to socialize with the other people on your tour as well as our knowledgeable tour guides before heading back to Melbourne feeling thoroughly revitalized.


If you are in Parkville, Victoria 3052, and looking for a winery tour to Yarra Valley wineries or Mornington Peninsula wineries, this is the best way to visit us.

Winery Tour Yarra Valley

Unit 201/98 River Esplanade

Docklands, VIC 3008

(03) 7042 3201