De Beaurepaire Wines launch new cellar door

30 June, 2020 by
Annabelle Cloros

De Beaurepaire Wines has reopened for business with a new-look cellar door.

The Rylstone winery in New South Wales has converted two 170-year-old stables into a refreshed cellar door where guests can experience the brand’s French-style wines.

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Guests can sample single-vineyard wines from Wednesday to Sunday from 11am until 5pm and try a range of cheeses and charcuterie.

The vineyard has also launched a new series of wine tours.

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The Vigneron experience sees guests join founders Richard and Amanda de Beaurepaire on a guided vineyard walk to explore where their grapes are grown and discuss how terroir drives their wine styles.

While the Sparkling experience features a flight of three sparkling wines teamed with canapes in the cellar door or on property’s lawns.

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“Wine, for us, is about nurturing our souls with a sense of place, connection, and sharing wonderful experiences with those around us that create long-lasting memories – a part of the joy of life,” says Amanda.

Bookings are now open.

Image credit: Destination NSW

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