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A bit of a wind down with Sunday sun-downers on the Cellar Door terrace. Carmel, Georgina, Robbie and Tim were all up to help with the opening weekend, so enjoying some well-deserved Cheeky Rosé and the Trifecta with assorted cheeses was definitely on the cards. Next update: The Boree Lane Ramble (Saturday, 14 October) recap. ” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″]

Relaxing on the Cellar Door Terrace

The “official” opening of the Cellar Door was on Saturday, 30 September,2017 of the holiday weekend. The tasters chatted and enjoyed our line-up of wines together on a lovely sunny day. Carmel took the photo of our “first official” tasters who left smiling after their sampling with some Boree Lane bottles. ” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″] Following on from our […]

Cellar Door Opening and Trading Hours

The landscaping is taking shape and surviving the dry winter weather so far. The Cellar Door sign is up and it’s now heading for the final inspection and the occupancy certificate.  We will be setting an opening date soon.   As you can see the dam is looking rather low for this time of year so some decent rain would […]

Cellar Door and Dam

The Boree Lane Ramble is taking place again during the Orange Wine Show festivities. This year it’s on Saturday 14th October and Boree Lane Wines is, for the first time, one of the ports of call along the way with Stockman’s Ridge, Strawhouse Wines and Carillion Wines. A gate has been installed on our property for ramblers to walk from […]

Boree Lane Ramble – Saturday, 14 October 2017

Cool, crisp and clear evenings are producing some wonderful sunsets with both some intense colours and also softer shades of pinks, blues and apricots. Quite inspiring to stop and watch. ” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″]  

Winter sunsets at Boree Lane

Plenty of bird activity in the vineyard and around the house. Magpies creating great choruses at morning and evening, the constantly intriguing activities of wrens as the dart from one location to another (making them hard to catch on camera) and the resplendent colours of the Rosellas. ” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″]  

Birds aplenty

What does Autumn at Boree Lane look like? Apart from the yellowing vine leaves  and trees shedding a brown carpet of leaves, mushrooms have popped up amongst the grass. The roses are thriving and the black cockatoos are back cracking pine cones and nuts. In the evenings the sun is now setting over the vineyard and the clouds are picking […]

Autumn at Boree Lane