Yering Farm Wines

The open fire, comfy seating and rustic charm in the 100-year-old refurbished hay shed provide the ideal stop for a glass of silky aged red. A family owned ‘smaller winery’ making wines as the ancestors did, by hand and with passion. Extensive lawns with sweeping views, perfect for picnics (BBQ facilities available) and a game of footy or cricket.


  • Address:
    19 St Huberts Road
    Yering , 3770
  • Phone:
    61397390461
  • Type:
    Wine
  • Features:
    Have visit/buy premises, Have Online Store
  • Links:

The Johns family, traditional fruit growers for generations, acquired the 200 acre prime farming land and replanted the first grape vines in 1989. The estate remains family owned with a focus on producing low yield, high quality fruit across each of the varieties. From budburst to bottling, every stage of production is carefully controlled by owner/winemaker Alan Johns.

For over 150 years, the rich loam soil of the Yeringa vineyard has produced exceptional wines, which won awards over a century ago and continues to do so today. Wines under the Yering Farm label have received glowing receives on the wine circuit, winning numerous awards and recognition in the industry.


Opening Hours


Daily 10am to 5pm


Trails passing through Yering Farm Wines Stops

Yarra Valley's Coldstream Trail

Been on a food and wine trail? This is different. Why? Well, did you know this trail includes kid friendly activities, has two microbreweries, one of the most spectacular gardens in Victoria, or that Charlie Chaplin fell into a pool here? And that’s just the beginning... Yarra Valley’s Coldstream Trail offers a slice of diversity, accessibility and a quality that sets it apart. That quality is called passion. And it’s found in the aromas of an earthy pinot; in local produce that has been fused in creative and mouth-watering dishes; and in the sweetness of new season fruits you picked yourself accompanied by hand made farmhouse cheeses. Add to this spectacular vistas of rolling countryside and distant mountains at every turn. Preservation of the trail’s historic roots – firmly embedded in its heritage properties, cellar doors and famed vineyards – is approached with similar heart and soul. The oldest vines in the region provide a rustic setting to drink in times gone-by, peeling back yet another layer of the trail’s remarkable diversity. Activities for kids and a gourmet break for adults, all in a short 13km loop. On Melbourne’s doorstep and just five minutes from Lilydale, this unique trail, showcases the very best of the Yarra Valley.

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