Established in 1838 as the first vineyard in Victoria, Yering Station is now one of the most exciting family-owned developments in the wine industry.
Open for lunch daily, the Wine Bar Restaurant offers a menu where each dish is matched to a selected wine from our range. Other restaurants start with food ideas, but at Yering Station the wines come first.
The Devaux Lounge
This glorious Private Dining Room seats up to 24 guests and is open for lunch and dinner.
Chef Colin Swalwell will prepare a seven-course degustation menu, every course matched to Yering Station and Devaux wines, of course.
A feature of the original winery and dating from around 1850, the building is recognised by Heritage Victoria.
Weddings, cocktails, anything is possible in the Old Barn. It's a perfect place for a conference or a meeting, and can hold 100 seated in theatre style, or 300 for cocktails.
Vineyards were first planted at Yering Station by the Ryrie brothers in 1838. The Station was acquired by Swiss-born Paul de Castella in 1850, and was always regarded as one of the three most important vineyards in the Yarra Valley.
The Cellar Door is where you can taste our wines before buying them.
The building is a special part of our history. The cellar door enables you to see our present and our future. Try the current releases here. You will find Yarrabank, Yering Station and, when available, Yering Station reserve. There is also the Barak's Bridge range and Yarra Edge. All these wines are produced at Yering Station.