We visited this winery as the first stop on our wine tour yesterday (8 July). We were a little early to meet the other members of our group, and were warmly welcomed and invited to sit by their cosy fireplace on the comfy couches to await the arrival of our friends. This cellar door was by far the best building of those we visited and the wines etc were also good.
The cellar door is open from Wednesday to Sunday for wine tastings, and they also stock a range of jams, olive oil, chocolates, sauces and mustards made by local and wider NSW businesses, as well as lots of ceramics. The olive oils ('la barre', produced in Yass) were available for tasting yesterday, and were very good; we especially enjoyed the garlic and rosemary infused one, and we have previously bought the straight EVOO and enjoyed it also.
We tasted an array of their wines and especially enjoyed their reds, as well as the Riscato (riesling and semillon grapes with shiraz skins for the gorgeous colour), and the 2012 award-winning Botrytis Semillon.
They do have a restaurant which is currently closed, however this will be re-opening in August under new management, the previous restaurant lessors having left in January.
We'll certainly return in the future, both for the wines and to try the new restaurant.
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