We're OPEN (again...)!
We are so excited to welcome regional Victoria back to Rutherglen this weekend and Saturday is set to be a cracking day!
See below for winery opening hours and details. Please contact wineries directly for bookings or for continued opening hours.
Don't forget your mask and your licence!
All Saints Estate - Restaurant and Cellar Door open from Friday 10am-5pm.
Anderson Winery - Open from Monday 10am-4pm.
Andrew Buller Wines - Open from Saturday 10am-5pm.
Buller Wines - Open from Friday 10am-5pm.
Campbells Wines - Open from Saturday 10am-5pm.
Chambers Rosewood Winery - Open from Saturday 12pm-4pm.
Cofield Wines - Open from Friday 10am-5pm.
De Bortoli Rutherglen Estate - Friday 10am-5.30pm.
John Gehrig Wines - Open from Saturday 10am-5pm.
Jones Winery & Vineyard - Restaurant and Cellar Door open from Friday 10am-4pm.
Lake Moodemere Estate - Restaurant and Cellar Door open from Friday 10am -5pm.
Morris Wines - Open from Friday 10am-4pm.
Olive Hills Estate - Open from Saturday 10am-4pm.
Pfeiffer Wines - Open from Friday 9am-5pm.
Scion - Open from Saturday 11am-5pm.
St Leonards - Closed for venue refresh and new menu development. Reopening November.
Stanton & Killeen Wines - Open from Friday 10am-5pm.
Valhalla Wines - Closed
Warrabilla Wines - Open from Friday 10am-5pm.
The Winemakers of Rutherglen are an inspiring collective of 19 wineries from one of Australia’s most historic and iconic wine regions – Rutherglen.
Situated in “God’s Country”, protected by the Great Dividing Range, Rutherglen is blessed with cool nights, warm days and gloriously long, dry autumns. In essence, the ideal viticultural conditions for pioneering varietals that are uniquely Australian in charm and in spirit.
With Durif and Muscat at its heart – representing both innovation and tradition – Rutherglen is a region unlike any other. More than 150 years of winemaking heritage combined with a range of familiar and distinctive varietals, will see you discover Rutherglen wines as versatile, brave and joyful.
Unearth the spirit of Rutherglen wines today.