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Killara Estate – A truly unique family owned Yarra Valley winery and cellar door.
To fully understand the heart of Killara Estate’s traditions, you need only to look at the generations of farmers in Leo’s Italian heritage. Although each of them pursued different paths, according to Leo, nearly all found their way back to the land. “The joy and simplicity of farm life has worked as a catalyst in maintaining the family unit,” “It is these traits that my family brings to the winery”.
Leo and Gina Palazzo have taken a traditional approach to promoting their Killara Estate Vineyard, and their restaurant, Racers and Rascals. Like the vegetables and herbs used in their signature dishes, the couple has managed to grow their business naturally and right in their own backyard. Both are proud that their business has grown mostly by word of mouth from recommendations from other customers.
The cellar door, which was opened in 2006, was a natural progression for the Palazzos. In the best Italian tradition, good wine, good food and good company are not mutually exclusive. The combination of the open fire, lounge areas, extensive outdoor decking, manicured lawns and kid friendly playground areas allow family and friends to enjoy any style of occasion.
The ideal Yarra Valley winery wedding or special event venue,Killara Estate will enchant you from the very first visit.
Our Cellar Door is located in the Upper Yarra Valley, on the corner of Warburton Hwy and Sunnyside Road, Seville East. Located 55mins from Melbourne, enjoy a day in the Yarra Valley and escape from the hussle and bustle of the city.
Be welcomed by magnificent views of the mountain ranges, sloping hills and sweeping vines across our Yarra Valley vineyard. The perfect setting for family and friends to get together!
In winter relax in front of our roaring log fire or escape in the serenity of our huge outdoor entertainment area. Enjoy lunch with a view and request to be seated along the windows or near the fire to warm yourselves over winter!