Located in the northern region of the New England Australia GI wine producing area, Reedy Creek Estate enjoys the advantages of Mediterranean climate, idyllic soils and connection to waterways, all which contribute to the quality of the wine produced as wells the scenic appeal of the vineyard. Whilst classified as a “new” wine producing area, Reedy Creek Estate has been making wine since mid 1960s and the Old Vine Shiraz vines are over 50 years old, a perfect complement to the newer Prosecco vines. Join the De Stefani family at Reedy Creek Estate to learn about the history of wine growing in the region and Reedy Creek Estate’s journey to becoming one of the region’s premier vineyards.
Cellar door sales and wine tasting
Reedy Creek Estate is open seven days a week from 9.00am to 6.00pm (5.00pm in the winter months) for wine tasting and cellar door sales. For larger groups we request you contact us in advance and refreshments can be organised to accompany wine tasting.
Order on-line for specials
Order your Reedy Creek Estate wines on-line including the newly released Prossecco. We have specials on mixed, half and full dozens as well as clean skins. See some of the selection available on our wine list or Contact us and place your order.
Morning and afternoon tea, Antipasto plates and special functions
Have a break and enjoy home-made traditional Italian biscuits and cakes accompanied by a freshly brewed coffee or tea, or perhaps something savoury from our famous Antipasto plates of cured meats, cheeses and homemade pickled vegetables. With prior notice we also offer Italian pasta lunches. All this can be enjoyed in comfort overlooking the beautifully manicured gardens of Reedy Creek Estate. Sit outdoors in the shade of the cellar during the warmer weather or by the pot belly stove in the cooler seasons. For the more active, try your hand at Italian bocce.
Country break, fishing, birdwatching, camping
Reedy Creek Estate has a small cottage available for rent, a perfect stop over during a long journey or a weekend country break. Escape the hustle and bustle of the city and immerse yourself in the beautiful Australian landscapes in the area, which can be captured on canvas or lens. Watch the native bird life around the vineyard, write a song, read a novel or relax with a glass of one of the estates fine wines. For the keen fisherman try your hand on the meandering Dumaresque River, campsites are available beside the river by arrangement.