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Cellar Door Reopening Wednesday 13th October

OUR CELLAR DOOR IS OPEN WEDNESDAY 13TH OCTOBER 

We are delighted to be welcoming guests back to the Eden Road Cellar Door from Wednesday 13th October.

To ensure the health and safety of all our customers and staff members as well as complying with New South Wales government guidelines, all guests and staff members at the Cellar Door must be fully vaccinated.

UPON ARRIVAL AT THE CELLAR DOOR

We will be requiring all visitors to show they have checked in with the Service NSW app and they have provided satisfactory evidence of full vaccination status.

Unfortunately If you are unable to show satisfactory evidence of your vaccination status, you will not be permitted onto the premises.

 Please do not attend our premises if you are displaying the following symptoms;

  • Fever
  • Cough
  • Difficulty breathing
  • Sore throat
  • Runny nose

Similarly, if you have been in contact with a confirmed COVID-19 patient, have visited any quarantined or government locked down areas or hotspot’s in the 14 days prior to your booking.

BOOKINGS ESSENTIAL

Please note that you MUST BOOK via the Eden Road Website for tastings before arrival.

At this stage group bookings are limited to 8 people or less.

We kindly ask that you arrive for your tasting on time. This will assist us with ensuring that our maximum capacity limits are adhered to and allow us to clean and sanitise areas in-between bookings.

Please contact us on 0466 226 808 or cellardoor@edenroadwines.com.au if you would like any further information on our Covid 19 policies and procedures.  

 

Keep safe and we look forward to seeing you soon!

Cellar Door Reopening Wednesday 13th October

Canberras first vine plantings turns 50!

Excited to be featured on the front page of the Food and Wine section in the Newcastle Herald last week.

We are hosting an event on Saturday 22nd May at our Cullarin Vineyard in Lake George to celebrate Edgar Riek who planted the first left a rich legacy within the Canberra Wine Industry.  

Stay tuned for for a post birthday round up!

Canberras first vine plantings turns 50!

Eden Road featured in Gourmet Traveller Wine

We are delighted to announce that the 2018 Eden Road Canberra Syrah has been reviewed in 'Best Buy' Wines under $35 in the April/May 2021 print and digital editions of Gourmet Traveller Wine.

https://app.gourmettravellerwine.com/editions/april-may-21/best-buys.html

Hurry, limited stock of this stunning drop is available at the Cellar Door only. 

 

Eden Road featured in Gourmet Traveller Wine

James Halliday 2021 results - Eden Road once again recognised as a Red 5-Star Winery.

The 2021 James Halliday Wine Companion results are in, and we are pleased to be once again recognised as a Red 5-Star Winery. 

95 Points
2018 The Long Road Syrah
The fruit from our Estate vineyard in Murrumbateman & the Hilltops GI.

95 Points
2018 Canberra Syrah
The fruit from our Cullarin Block 71 vineyard at Lake George Escarpment (first planted in 1971 by the father of the Canberra wine industry Dr. Edgar Riek & our estate vineyard in Murrumbateman Block 94 (second planted in 1972).

James Halliday 2021 results - Eden Road once again recognised as a Red 5-Star Winery.

Eden Road wins big in The Winewise Small Vigneron Awards

Was an absolute pleasure having Lester Jesberg visit us.

An authoritative voice for Australian wine, wine judge and head of Winewise handing over the trophy to wonderful Winemaker Celine Rousseau.


The Winewise Small Vigneron Awards (limited to Australian producers crushing 250 tonnes or less) draws about 1,300 entries Australia wide. A stellar judging panel of winemakers, media commentators, retail trade people and the Winewise crew to decide the best of the best.


BEST 2018 & 2019 SHIRAZ/SYRAH.


...from the two oldest vineyards in the Canberra District GI...
2018 CANBERRA SYRAH.
50% Lake George Cullarin Block 71.
50% Murrumbateman Block 94.
Hand-picked.
Destemmed.
Whole & partly crushed berrie-fermented.
French puncheons for 18 months.20% new.

Eden Road wins big in The Winewise Small Vigneron Awards