Badger Creek Blueberry Winery is a winery with a difference, where wines are made from 100% Blueberries.
Blueberry wine is semi sweet in flavour and, despite it being red in colour, it is closer to a white wine but with three times the anti-oxidants of a red wine.
Products include a méthode traditionnelle blueberry sparkling wine, blueberry still wine, blueberry fortified wine, a barrel aged blueberry fortified wine and a blueberry style moscato.
Badger Creek Blueberry Winery is also the home of St Ronan’s Cider where tastings of award winning cider are also available. The Winery's cellar door is a relaxed casual space set up for you to try the various wines and ciders as well as enjoying a grazing or cheese platter. Or just sit back with a coffee whilst indulging in one of their seasonal desserts.
Sit outside in summer on the patio surrounded by the hills of the Yarra Valley or cosy up inside by the fire in winter.
Tasting groups of over 10 require bookings. Tasting fees are $5 per person for group bookings.
Although wines are what Badger Creek Blueberry Winery is famous for, they also sell fresh berries from the farm during their season in summer (December to January) – but always call ahead to avoid disappointment as Mother Nature is in control of supplies. Frozen berries are available year round (or until sold out), perfect for use in baking and making healthy smoothies. Berries are a great anti-oxidant booster especially in those winter months!
Also available to purchase at the cellar door are home-made preserves, packed full of home grown goodness. The preserves are made from berries and other fruits grown on the farm. Look out for jams such as blueberry, raspberry, raspberries, rhubarb and vanilla, blackberry, boysenberry, fig, cumquat marmalade and plum and cinnamon. Also available are toppings such as blueberry, raspberry or 4 Berry for ice creams and desserts. Or pick up a blueberry relish, plum sauce or cauliflower pickle to enliven your savoury dishes.
Thursday - Monday 10am – 5pm
CLOSED Tuesday and Wednesday.