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 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!


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.  


Celebrate the cold season at the Hills of Hall FIRESIDE FESTIVAL on 13 and 14 July, with strumming at five venues from the Ukulele Republic of Canberra. Fireplaces, winter food, warming wine, live music—what could be better!

AUTUMN A lovely time of the year

The landscape colours are changing; the light is more gentle and golden. Harvest is finished with the last variety, Cabernet Sauvignon, picked on 11 April. Come out and sample our autumn menus. The wine sale continues and now includes reds to match the changing...

Hills of Hall Harvest Festival

6-7 April 2019 During Canberra Wine Week, we are celebrating the 2019 harvest with five other Hills of Hall businesses. Among the many reasons to visit our cellar door this weekend are: a super wine sale (you won’t believe the prices), Spanish-themed food inspired by...


We are going to Spain for six weeks. Our bistro and accommodation will be closed from Saturday 19 January, reopening on Saturday 9 March 2019. Our cellar door will be open for wine tasting and sales during our normal weekend/public holiday hours in January, and in the...

Extended holiday opening

Our cellar door and bistro are open every day from 26 December 2018 to 1 January 2019. Eating out in Canberra can be difficult over this period, so come out and visit us.