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Couple enjoying a wine tasting experience at De Beaurepaire Wines, Rylstone.

Posted on 15 Jun 2020 /  0 /  Angela Cowley

Award winning De Beaurepaire Wines in Rylstone, NSW has celebrated its official re-opening following Covid-19; and done so in style, showcasing a new-look cellar door and premium wine experiences.

In two 170-year old converted stables, De Beaurepaire Wines’ new-look cellar door offers private, seated experience areas where guests enjoy intimate and knowledgeable wine experiences with members of the de Beaurepaire family. Their premium wine experiences (Explore and Immerse) showcase the family’s single vineyard French-style wines and are available Wednesday to Sunday between 11am and 5pm. Bookings are highly recommended.

With the current hold on international travel, our wine experiences offer our guests the opportunity to enjoy their joie de vin and savour a taste of France right here in NSW” said Amanda de Beaurepaire

De Beaurepaire Wines also offers two special experiences on Saturdays: Vigneron Experience and Sparkling Affair. Bookings are essential for special experiences.

The Vigneron Experience offers guests the opportunity to join Richard & Amanda de Beaurepaire on a guided vineyard walk to explore where their grapes are grown and discuss how terroir drives their wine styles. Guests then enjoy a private wine experience which showcases the de Beaurepaire family’s French-style wines and explores how their ‘Burgundian’ terroir expresses itself in their award-winning wines.

The French believe that 90% of French wine is determined by what happens in the vineyard. This is why we enjoy sharing the Vigneron Experience with our guests – it showcases De Beaurepaire Wines as a whole, from grape to glass” said Richard de Beaurepaire

The Sparkling Affair is designed for guests who prefer premium Sparkling and share a love for exceptional Methode Traditionelle Sparkling. As part of the Sparkling Affair, guests delight in a special flight of three De Beaurepaire French-style Sparkling wines paired with delicious canapes; either served on the lawns or inside the cellar door.

About De Beaurepaire Wines

Blending their Burgundian heritage and ‘Burgundian’ terroir in Rylstone, NSW, Richard & Janet de Beaurepaire, together with their children Amanda and Will, produce premium quality wines, including being awarded Winestate Magazine’s 2018 Australian Wine of the Year. Their unique vineyard location in Rylstone shares Burgundy’s cool, inland climate and limestone-rich soils – a ‘terroir’ that produces some of the best wines in the world.  The family’s range of 15 award-winning wines harness Old and New World winemaking techniques to create wine that is truly one of a kind.

Starting with the first vine planting in 1998, De Beaurepaire Wines has grown into a renowned boutique producer of French-style wines that are available in Australia’s top restaurants and premium hotels. Total vineyard size is 53 hectares with a focus on Burgundy (Chardonnay & Pinot Noir), Champagne (Chardonnay & Pinot Noir), Bordeaux (Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Petit Verdot, Semillon) and Rhône Valley (Shiraz & Viognier) varieties.

De Beaurepaire Wines is located in the hills above the historic village of Rylstone, in the Central Ranges of NSW. Rylstone is 3 hours north-west of Sydney; 2.5 hours east of Orange; 1.5 hours from the Blue Mountains; and 1 hour from both Bathurst and Mudgee.

The Details

  • Explore ($15 per person) and Immerse ($100 for two people, and $50 per additional person) Wine Experiences are available Wednesday to Sunday, 11am to 5pm. Bookings recommended.
  • Sparkling Affair is available 3pm on Saturdays and is priced at $70 for two people, and $35 per additional person. Bookings essential
  • Vigneron Experience is available 10am on Saturdays and is priced at $120 for two people, and $60 per additional person. Bookings essential.

De Beaurepaire Wines | 182 Cudgegong Road, Rylstone, NSW, 2849

+61 2 6379 1473 | visit@debeaurepairewines.com | www.debeaurepairewines.com

Photo credits: Destination NSW

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