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Yarra Valley Gateway Estate
Coldstream
Have you ever wanted to experience all Victoria's famous Yarra Valley has on offer in just one place - the fine local produce, the wines, the fruit and organic goods?
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Vines Restaurant at Helen's Hill
Coldstream
Vines Restaurant at Helen's Hill is heaven for the senses: stunning views from the architecturally designed building are the perfect backdrop for the modern, elegant dishes, created from fresh, local Yarra Valley produce.
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Tokar Estate Winery
Coldstream
With majestic sweeping views of the Yarra Valleys finest vineyards, surrounding mountain ranges, stunning skylines and set in the picturesque dress circle of the acclaimed Yarra Valley, Tokar Estate is an ideal location in which to relax, soak up natures beauty, taste some exquisite wines and sample the most exotic cuisine this side of the Mediterranean.
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Tokar Estate
Coldstream
'Leon and Rita Tokar have realised their vision for their vineyard with the establishment of a fine-dining restaurant, cellar and up-to-date winery. Tastings can be enjoyed on the patio, and the views over the valley and the distant ranges are among the best in the region. The mature vines produce highly awarded wines, particularly Pinot Noir and a rare Spanish-inspired Tempranillo.' Ralph Kyte-Powell
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St Huberts Vineyard
Coldstream
'Originally established in 1862, St. Huberts is one of the fabled properties that made Yarra Valley wines famous in the 1800s. Replanted in the 1960s, it's again at the heart of the region's wine story. The welcoming cellar door at the edge of the vineyard has interesting photographs of the estate in its 19th century heyday to reflect on. The labels on the bottles resemble the old originals, but the wines are modern styles and very good across a range of types. There are also rare specials like Roussanne to explore.' RALPH KYTE-POWELL
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Rochford Wines
Coldstream
'Rochford Wines' property is one of the Yarra Valley's true showplaces. Follow the curved driveway lined with trees and vines to a classy restaurant, cellar door among the barrels, caf
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Punt Road Wines
Coldstream
'Punt Road's name comes from Punt Road in the Melbourne suburb of South Yarra, the site of thriving vineyards 150 years ago. This beautifully tended modern vineyard is in prime Yarra Valley heartland, sharing its location with an apple orchard and a smart, comfortable cellar door. Punt Road wines are very good and well priced for their quality.' RALPH KYTE-POWELL
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Oakridge Wines
Coldstream
'Oakridge was established over 30 years ago, and now it provides some of the best of all Yarra wines. Subtlety, complexity and refinement are hallmarks of the label, but great wine is only one of Oakridge's attractions. The smart, contemporary restaurant serves seasonal produce with fl air and imagination, while the soothing vistas of lake, hills, valley and vineyard from here are food for the soul. A must-see and must-taste destination for all visitors to the Yarra.' RALPH KYTE-POWELL
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Maroondah Orchards
Coldstream
Maroondah Orchards are growers and retailers of fruit such as apples, peaches, nectarines, and pears, including nashi pears. Open on weekends for sales of fruit and fresh juices, dried fruit products and preserves - a perfect place to stop whilst exploring the Yarra Valley.
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Helen's Hill
Coldstream
'With its imposing gates, and architecturally designed building, this property stands out against the backdrop of rolling hills. There are two blocks in the hundred-acre vineyard, the 'old' block planted with Chardonnay and Pinot, which are over 20 years old, and the 'new' block, which has some experimental varieties such as Arneis. You can eat in the well-priced Vines Restaurant, wander through the gardens, or drink in the view of the hills from the casual BBQ area.' SALLY GUDGEON
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