Grey Sands Vineyard


Complex, intriguing and sometimes confronting, Grey Sands Wines wines are cellared prior to release and have gained a reputation as some of the most exceptional cool climate wines produced in the region.

The only thing to surpass owners Rita and Bob’s love of wines is their passion for gardening. Now in its thirtieth year, the garden at Grey Sands featured regularly in Open Gardens Australia and has reached a lush maturity, offering shade, picnic nooks and something to delight even the most experienced garden designer’s eye at every turn.

On the Festival weekend you’re invited to enjoy wine tastings in a garden setting, stay for a glass or two, or BYO picnic and stay for longer! Find a shady nook and throw a rug on the ground, or enjoy one of the table settings with spectacular views over the vineyard to the valley beyond. Wine tastings and sales by bottle or glass available.

BYO picnic in the gardens. EFTPOS available.

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