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Yarra Valley Cellar Door

Yarra Yering's cellar door in the heart of the Yarra Valley is open 7 days a week. Please note, closed Christmas Day, Boxing Day and Good Friday.

10am - 5pm Monday - Saturday
11am - 5pm Sunday and Public Holidays

Click here for the Yarra Valley Location Map

Tasting options September 2015

Flight 1: Current Vintage & Museum Release $10 per person
Flight 2: Carrodus Range $10 per person
Flight 3: All Wines (Flights 1 + 2) $15 per person

Tasting Fee is refundable upon purchase for the individual purchasing.

Current Vintage & Museum Release

2013 Dry White No. 1
Chardonnay SOLD OUT
2013 Pinot Noir
2013 Dry Red No. 3
2013 Underhill Shiraz
2013 Dry Red No. 2
2013 Dry Red Wine No. 1
2013 Agincourt Cabernet Malbec

Museum Release wines will change on a weekly basis

Carrodus Range

Dr Bailey Carrodus founded Yarra Yering in 1969. The Carrodus range, named in his honour, is dictated by vintage and is sourced from absolutely finite areas of the Yarra Yering vineyard. 40 – 50 cases made.

2013 Carrodus Viognier
2012 Carrodus Pinot Noir
2012 Carrodus Shiraz
2008 Carrodus Merlot
2012 Carrodus Cabernet Merlot
2013 Carrodus Cabernet

Tasting notes for these wines under the Newsletter tab

Yarra Yering has been producing wines of quality, individuality and international reputation since 1973. Dr Bailey Carrodus carefully selected and planted the first Yarra Yering vines in 1969, making it one of the oldest vineyards in the valley. Today with winemaker Sarah Crowe at the helm, we continue to produce wines that are reflective of this unique site to great critical and commercial success.

Groups of 5 or more please phone 03 5964 9267 to book; there is a non-refundable charge of $10 per head.

When visiting the cellar door please respect the vineyard. Phylloxera has been detected in some Yarra Valley vineyards and can cause great damage. The bug is easily transported from place to place on footwear and vehicles. We ask you to stay on the roads at Yarra Yering and not enter the vineyard.

Please keep in mind that wine does not travel well and can be damaged by the temperatures reached inside a car left in the sun. If you purchase wine you need to take responsibility for its transport home and its storage once there.