Re-opening 1 June with curated 2 or 3 course lunch menu ranging from $55-$65 per head. Sessions at 11.30am and 1.30pm. Bookings essential. 400 Gradi will re-open 5 June.
Using innovation in times of adversity, Rochford Wines is dedicated to supporting our team and community through all means available.
50 minutes from Melbourne, seven minutes from the township of Healesville, Rochford Wines has transformed its restaurant, cellar door and event destination to adapt to the current climate. Situated in the heart of the Yarra Valley, Rochford has launched a brand new grocery store alongside an extensive take away menu, all available for home delivery.
The Rochford Cellar Door space has become a grocery store space to help meet supply demands of the region. Customers can now purchase:
A range of dishes from the Isabella's Restaurant and 400 Gradi Yarra Valley menus are available for pick up* or delivery between 11am and 8pm, 7 days per week.
*strict social distancing rules apply
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