Stones of the Yarra Valley
Rising from the rustic, weather-beaten remnants of a barn left idle for generations,
Stones of the Yarra Valley has emerged as the region’s premiere food and wine destination.
With uninterrupted views across vines to the blue-tinged Great Divide, Stones of the Yarra Valley is located on one of the most picturesque and historic properties in the Yarra Valley, combining two superb restaurants – The Barn and The Stables at Stones –
with a stunning rough-rendered Chapel and Dairy nestled under century-old oak trees.
- This Week's Opening Hours -
Friday March 16
The Stables open for dinner from 7.00pm
Seasoned Autumn Dinner
with Sarah Crowe (Yarra Yering)
Sunday April 22, 2018
Our Autumn Seasoned Dinner at The Stables at Stones sees us joining forces with 2017 Australian Winemaker of the Year, Sarah Crowe of Yarra Yering & Warramate Wines.
Begin with sparkling and canapés amongst the Autumn colours of The Stables Courtyard prior to taking a seat at a long table for an intimate dinner with Sarah Crowe. Our Executive Chef Hugh Davison has designed a 5 course menu to perfectly match a selection of Yarra Yering and Warramate Wines
Stones of Cortona
Fusing our years of wedding & event expertise with an exquisite selection of locations for celebration, we are delighted to present Stones of Cortona, a unique and remarkable destination wedding experience in the heart of Tuscany.
Steve and Vonnie Frazer, owners of Stones of The Yarra Valley, have long been enchanted by the picturesque village of Cortona and recently chanced on a villa they now call their own. Made famous by Frances Mayes, author of Under The Tuscan Sun, Cortona will steal your heart and must surely be the ultimate destination wedding location.
A gift voucher is the perfect choice for a birthday or anniversary gift, or a special surprise to treat your family and friends.
Just a Few Paddocks Away
Thursday March 22, 2018
As part of the 2018 Melbourne Food & Wine Festival, our sister property Meletos is proud to present Just a Few Paddocks Away, a community driven wine dinner celebrating the Yarra Valley's finest produce and featuring Stones of the Yarra Valley's Executive Chef, Hugh Davison.