In line with new COVID requirements, you must be double vaccinated and masks must be worn inside - they can be removed to taste the wine! We appreciate your cooperation during these difficult times. Take care.
Yarrh is now offering an exciting new range of cellar door wine tasting experiences. The newly refurbished cellar door, opening up the design of our straw bale and rammed earth winery, is designed for the new normal of social distancing, with the same beautiful views as ever.
If you simply want to try our wines then the Wine Flight is for you – a selection of wines to enjoy while seated at one of our rustic, hand crafted timber tables overlooking the vineyard and the Yass River valley. If you’re peckish, you can add one of our small selection of Tucker items – simple dishes designed to complement your wine tasting experience. This Autumn we are offering a trio of dips, a locally curated cheese board and a charcuterie grazing board.
If you have a little more time, then enjoy a Winemaker’s Sail – a set of gourmet food and wine matches, curated seasonally by our winemaker. The Sail highlights the food friendly nature of our range of reds and whites, and we’re sure will create inspiration for dinner! This is one for the locavores out there, featuring locally sourced foods, house made, to match our estate grown, regionally typical wines.
If you want to learn about how we grow and make our wines, then the Winemaker’s Tale is for you. Let Neil or Fiona take you on a tour of the vineyard and winery. Learn about our sustainable growing techniques, low intervention wine making philosophy (including our very popular Mr Natural range of wines) and the unique flavours of the Canberra District and Murrumbateman. Sit down and enjoy a Sail and finish off your Winemaker’s Tale experience with a glass of your choice on our Wine Patio.
Bookings are recommended for the Wine Flight and essential for the Sail and Tale.
Yarrh Wines has implemented a COVID-19 Safety Plan. Along with regular cleaning, all guests' contact details are recorded and groups are limited to a maximum of 10 people.