Yeringberg produces tiny volumes of iconic wines known for their elegance, finesse and longevity, and tender grass-fed lamb. Both the wine and the lamb are sold direct to consumer via a mailing list.
Yeringberg has been the de Pury family home, farm and business since 1863.
In the 1880s Yeringberg was exporting wine to England, and won gold medals in London, Paris, Bordeaux, Brussels and San Francisco as well as many prizes in Australia. The decline of the world market for Australian wines after WW1 led to the demise of the Yarra Valley wine industry. In 1921 Yeringberg was the last big Yarra Valley vineyard to pull out the vines.
In 1969, third generation Guill re-established the Yeringberg vineyard on the same north-east slopes originally chosen by his grandfather over 100 years earlier. Yeringberg is currently managed by 4th generation siblings Sandra (winemaking & marketing) and David (viticulture and farm manager).
Yeringberg wines are made only from grapes grown at Yeringberg, thus consistently reflecting the vintage and the vineyard. They are always enjoyable when young but are also suitable to cellar for special anniversaries as they have the structure and balance to ensure a long and rewarding future.
Yeringberg is not open to the public, except by appointment. A tasting is held one weekend in October to release the new vintage wines.
LicensingFully licensed, No BYO
MembershipSustainable Winegrowing Australia Membership