Cellar Door

We’d love to share our beautiful hideaway with you. Why not visit our cellar door

‘Beau Repaire’ translation: A beautiful hideaway or refuge

Off the beaten track, our hidden valley in the hills outside the historic and beautiful town of Rylstone makes you feel like you’ve uncovered a beautiful hideaway (the actual translation of our family’s surname).

After driving down the 2.5km driveway through the vineyard, you arrive at the 1850s-built stable we have converted into our cellar door.

Surrounded by hand-chiseled sandstone blocks, with sweeping views across a sea of vines through French doors, one of our family members will provide you with a relaxed and informative tasting.

We offer an extensive range of award winning cool climate French style wines. So, wherever your interests lie, with Sparkling, White, Rosé, Red & Dessert Wines on offer, you’re sure to find something that tickles your fancy.

Tempted to sit back, enjoy the wine and soak up vineyard life with a share platter or two? We’ve also got you covered! With several seating areas on the lawns surrounding the cellar door, you can pick your favourite spot, order a platter and then feast your eyes on the vines and surrounding countryside.

If you’re planning to visit as a group, please do give us a call or email beforehand so we can arrange your tasting and share platters in the best way for you to make the most of the experience. Please contact us via email tastingroom@debeaurepairewines.com or phone +61 (0) 429 787 705 or +61 (0) 423 967 795

We are open Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday 11am-4pm, or by appointment at other times.

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We look forward to seeing you!

Interesting history…
Our cellar door is named after “The Grafter” who won the 1898 Melbourne Cup, and is buried on the property. In 2000, we repaired and re-purposed this beautiful sandstone stable, using local stonemasons, into a special dining room and our cellar door.

And if the rumours are true, you’ll be in good company…Harry Redford (immortalised as bushranger “Captain Starlight” in Robbery Under Arms by local magistrate Thomas Brown under the pseudonym Rolf Boldrewood) is said to have whiled away many a day and night on our property, which was owned by his brother, when his cattle rustling drew too much attention from the local constabulary.