Yering Station was originally established in 1838 as Victoria's first vineyard and today, this family-owned Winery Tourism Complex is reaching new heights. Beyond the manicured gardens lies the contemporary stone edifice, which houses the Wine Bar Restaurant and the winemaking facilities, seen through the viewing platforms. The restaurant's cuisine is modern with the emphasis on regional produce. Art exhibitions feature in the tasting room regularly.
The sophisticated architectural lines of the Yering Station Wine Bar Restaurant open out to majestic views stretching across the Yarra Valley floor. Designed by architect Robert Conti, the spectacular contemporary building combines unique stonework using pieces selected from the local Lillydale quarry, with traditional Swiss-influenced roofing structure to reflect the history of the property. Taking three years to construct, Conti's vision sought to create a structure that would sit harmoniously within the undulating natural environment rather than imposing upon it.
This is definitely a winery not to miss in the Yarra Valley, a place where good wineries are the norm. A convenient 60 km drive from Melbourne, it makes for an excellent day trip, where may enjoy good food, good wine, art exhibitions, spectacular scenery and warm hospitality.
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Our overseas visitors loved the wines, the views and the temporary art exhibition.ReplyDelete
We so did not spend enough time in Melbourne when we were there!ReplyDelete
lovely photos of a part of the wonderful building...The refflection is tremendous...ReplyDelete
Stunning building, beautifully captured. Love the reflection in the pool.ReplyDelete
Wow, what a gorgeous place, I love the design of it, the curves and water, also what a glorious day, the sky and water are such a deep blue, wine? Well it looks good too! Thank you for coming by sharing your creative photography on the Weekly Top Shot, #175!ReplyDelete
What a wonderful building, and a lovely selection of images.ReplyDelete