Hilltops Region Wine Cellar Information
The Hilltops is rapidly emerging as one of the most exciting viticultural regions in NSW. Young and the region is becoming increasingly known for its award winning cool climate wines with a number of wineries winning national and international awards.
The Hilltops Region Wine Cellar is located in the historic former Railway Station on Lovell Street, which is now the Young Visitor Information Centre. It showcases over 60 wines from 13 different vineyards in the Hilltops region, which incorporates Young, Boorowa and Harden all in the one convenient location.
The Cellar Door is open seven days a week with occasional wine tastings on weekends. Please check the Visit Young website for tasting dates. All wines on display are available to be purchased.
Please note you must be 18 years or over to taste and/or purchase wine from the Hilltops Region Wine Cellar.
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