SPRING 2020: blossoms, spring menu, new release wine

Our cellar door/bistro is open normal hours at a maximum of 26-27 people. Bookings are highly recommended—and for tastings as well, as we have to juggle the number of people in our space and don’t like having to turn people away. We have three new wines on tasting:...

OUR COSY CELLAR DOOR OPEN FOR LUNCH AND TASTINGS

We have been back since June, and can take around 26 patrons at any one time. We have a full winter menu and do seated tastings of our range of wines, including our new fortified red (‘port’) released recently. It has become more or less essential to make a booking...

BISTRO OPEN FROM 6 JUNE 2020

Hi, we can at last open our bistro, provided we meet certain conditions relating to social distancing (4 sq m a person, no groups over 10) and how food is served (no share platters, alas). We can also provide seated wine tastings (no standing at the bar). We calculate...

BISTRO CLOSED FROM 1 FEBRUARY, REOPENING 28 MARCH 2020

Going for a holiday! Our bistro will be closed from Saturday 1 February 2020, reopening on Saturday 28 March 2020. The cellar door will be open over this period on the usual days, from 11 to 4. Our existing accommodation bookings will be honoured, but no new bookings...

HILLS of HALL Spring Festival 2-3 November 2019

We are once again joining with four other local wineries in our annual Spring Festival. Come out and enjoy wine, food and live music from The Awesome (Milena Cifali, guitar and vocals, and Jim Horvath, percussion). To find out more about the festival, including the...

SPRING

Spring first brings wattles and blossoms, and late in September budburst on the vines. On the October long weekend we will be releasing our new Tinto 2018, a savoury and intense blend of Tempranillo and Graciano. Come out and try it with our spring bistro menu!

AUGUST

Don’t be afraid of winter. The days are often clear and crisp, but rainy days are equally good—views of clouds piled on the Brindabellas, fog drifting across Surveyors Hill, a cosy wood fire in the cellar door/bistro, warming winter food.