The sophisticated architectural lines of the Yering Station Wine Bar Restaurant open out to majestic views stretching across the Valley floor. Designed by architect Robert Conti, the spectacular contemporary building combines unique stonework using pieces selected from the local Lillydale quarry, with traditional Swiss-influenced roofing structure to reflect our history.
Taking three years to construct, Conti's vision sought to create a structure that would sit harmoniously within the undulating natural environment rather than imposing upon it. The underground Barrel Hall, inspired by the design of a French monastery, was painstakingly put together column by column, drawing from age-old cellaring traditions. This intertwining of contrasting styles, reflecting tradition while creating contemporary spaces, is at home with Yering Station's core values.