Kellybrook Winery

Kellybrook produces a range of award-winning wines, beers and ciders. On the fringe of Melbourne’s eastern suburbs, it feels like a world away from the busy pace of urban life. Set in a secluded little valley, its rolling hills provide a very pretty backdrop to the vineyard and give a real sense of peacefulness. Established in the 1970’s by Yarra Valley wine pioneers, Darren and Farley Kelly, Kellybrook is one of the few wineries in the valley to still be owned and managed by the original family. The second generation has been greatly involved for many years now. Drop in for a tasting of their award winning Riders Brew Co Beers, Kelly Brothers Cider and Kellybrook Wines. Grazing plates are available daily and live music "Sunday Sessions"is at the cellar door the last Sunday of each month. The kitchen is open on these days too. Free entry, family friendly. You can also take a picnic blanket and basket full of local produce to the garden where there is an oak tree that is over 125 years old.

 

 

Cellar door: Friday to Monday 10am to 5pm (Open Thursday in the warmer months)

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