The stone building has an upstairs tasting room complete with a small elevated deck. Inside the back wall has a glass panel that looks down to the working winery.
Apart from Barbara being a fantastic host and making us feel right at home, the range of wines, white, Rosé and red was excellent and were truly great from wo to go. The Riesling surprised the hell out of us for its quality, we swirled a great Rosé and then guzzled and drank two different Shiraz and a Cabernet all really well made. But wait there is still more to this story!
Apart from the great wines, Harcourt Valley produce an American Pale Ale and a very gingery ginger beer that also found its way to the boot of our car.
At Harcourt Valley you have a great host, tick, a great selection of quality wine, tick the added bonus of a Pale Ale and ginger beer and on top of that a bocce court shaded by gum trees tick, tick.
|Day of Week||Cellar Door|
|Monday||11am – 6pm|
|Tuesday||11am – 6pm|
|Wednesday||11am – 6pm|
|Thursday||11am – 6pm|
|Friday||11am – 6pm|
|Saturday||11am – 6pm|
|Sunday||11am – 6pm|
Features: BBQ facilities, petanque
Our Picks: Riesling, Rosé, Barbara Shiraz, Heathcote Shiraz & Cabernet