The Yarra Valley. There’s no place on earth like it.
It’s the birthplace of Victorian wine. And despite its 170-year legacy, it’s far from old. In fact, it’s a hub for innovation and home to some of the most progressive, dynamic winemakers in the world.
Only an hour’s drive from the heart of Melbourne, the Yarra Valley is an epicurean adventure for those with a passion for wine, food and breathtaking landscapes. It’s an unforgettable experience where craft and country come together to create cool-climate quality of international renown.
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Yarra Valley Wineries
Over eighty wineries span the Yarra Valley, each of which express the diversity of its terroir, the passion of its producers, a mastery of traditional practices and a rebellious instinct to push the boundaries.
No other region in the world can boast the same consistent quality found in this internationally awarded range of wine varieties, which includes Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Cabernet Sauvignon and – Australia’s best-kept secret – the Yarra Valley Shiraz.
And with plenty of emerging varietal wines gaining popularity and prestige, there’s something for everyone in the Yarra Valley.
On Thursday 9th December, the 2021 Langton’s Yarra Valley Wine Show Trophy Presentation Ceremony was held at the Healesville Hotel, in celebration of the Yarra Valley wine industry. Yarra Yering and...
Last night, Mornington Peninsula’s Montalto and Coonawarra’s Yalumba were crowned the 2021 James Halliday Australian Chardonnay and Cabernet Challenge Trophy Winners, as the highest pointed...
By Toni Paterson MW A ‘triple threat’, with expertise in vineyards, winemaking and management, Crowe is an extraordinary talent – and deserving winner of Winemaker of the Year. Within a field of...