Baileys of Glenrowan offers 'real Australian heritage in a bottle'. Established in 1870, Baileys of Glenrowan is one of the oldest wineries in the north-east and produces a stylish range of predominantly red and fortified wines. Meander along the peppercorn avenue, past the original blacksmith forge, stone Clydesdale stables and old block of Shiraz planted in 1904 to the century old cellar door.
Enjoy the ambience of the Historic building as you taste their table wines - Frontignac, Cabernet Sauvignon, Shiraz, including the renowned 'Old Block' wines handcrafted from vines planted in the 1920s, with new varieties Petite Sirah, Durif, naturally dried Cabernet Merlot as well as the well renowned award winning winemakers selection Rare Old Topaque and Muscat and the Classic Founders Topaque and Muiscat.
Browse in the Bundarra Gallery, showcasing Baileys History, or learn about the Baileys legend in the heritage museum
Relax in front of the open fire in the cooler months or take advantage of the Alfresco dining area in the warmer weather. The Old Block Cafe offers wood fired Italian style gourmet pizzas, and rustic seasonal food to match the seasons, hot pot stews, soups, shared plates, salads and hearty desserts.
Open every Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 12pm to 2.30pm, bookings appreciated.
Through the week, curl up on the sofa or stretch out in the sun with espresso, tea, hot chocolate and tempting sweet treats from the kitchen.
'History is never far away at Baileys. Nestled at the foot of the Warby Range, Baileys' driveway meanders past old winery buildings, a worker's cottage, blacksmith's forge, stables, peppercorn trees, and the original 1870s winery. A perfect atmosphere for a place that makes red wines and fortifieds of heroic proportions and time-honoured traditional style. A must-see winery forany visitor to the region.' - Ralph Kyte-PowellVisit Website
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