Christmas Eve 10am - 3pm

Christmas Day CLOSED
Boxing Day CLOSED
New Year’s Eve 10am - 3pm
New Year’s Day CLOSED
Good Friday - CLOSED
Anzac Day 12pm - 5pm

Here’s to 175 Years of Looking Forward

A family wine business doesn’t thrive across three centuries by standing still. Change is a constant. Innovation is a must. And while the current, sixth generation Yalumba custodians have enormous respect for those who have gone before them, they spend most of their time looking forward. Not back.

While we are ever grateful and respectful of our past, it’s our future that excites us the most. And always has done. Any business that has managed to flourish across three centuries won’t ever be accused of resting on its laurels or wishing for yesteryear.

We stand on the shoulders of those who went before us and in doing so, we have a clearer view of what lies ahead.

And while it rests with the fifth and six generations of the Hill-Smith family to guide the ship, it’s all those who make up the wider Yalumba family today we are most grateful for. The coopers and growers, the sommeliers and restaurateurs, the retailers, and distributors. Everyone one of them has an undying passion for fine wines and great quality in all they do.

They inspire us and push us to greater heights, and we look forward to further collaboration with them, as well as new partners, in the years ahead. Here’s to the fine wine people of Yalumba.

Each and every one of them.

Hill-Smith Family Signatures

Yalumba Rare & Fine Museum Collection​

For 175 years, our family has explored and admired the great wines of the world and have become enamoured with a few special bottles that have made their way to our Family Museum at Yalumba. Each bottle represents the place, people, vintage and​variety which, combined, forms an irreplicable moment in time and adds to the rich history of the world of fine wine.

Over the last few decades, we have set aside parcels of the best vintages of our finest wines within the Museum – The Signature, The Menzies, The Octavius and The Caley – each deserving of a place in our Museum and the history book.