Visit sTONIER'S CELLAR DOOR
Stonier's striking winery and cellar door on the Mornington Peninsula were designed by renowned architect Daryl Jackson and completed in 1991. At only an hour's drive from Melbourne's CBD, Stonier's cellar door is home to a range of premium wines crafted from estate vineyards in our pristine cool-climate maritime region.
Visitors can enjoy a range of cheese from local Mornington producer Red Hill Cheese. Children will love the adventure playground while parents enjoy a glass of wine on the verandah overlooking the glorious vines.
Stonier's cellar door hosts many events and tastings throughout the year. Please head to our Events page for details on upcoming events hosted by Stonier. If you want to get in touch, please contact us via our online enquiry form.
WINERY & CELLAR DOOR
Stonier Winery & Cellar Door
2 Thompson's Lane, Merricks, Vic 3916, Australia
Melway Ref: 192 F9
Postal address: Locked Bag 1, Balnarring, Vic 3926
Phone: +61 (0) 3 5989 8300
Fax: +61 (0) 3 5989 8709
Cellar Door Opening Times
11am-5pm daily (closed Good Friday, Christmas Day and Boxing Day)
For group bookings or event queries, please contact us on +61 (0) 3 5989 8300 or email@example.com
How to get to the Mornington Peninsula
Travelling from the closest city of Melbourne to the Mornington Peninsula is an easy one-hour drive.
Directions by car from Melbourne
- Take the M1 and join the Eastlink tollway, paying special attention to the eclectic mix of roadside artwork, including the giant bird of Emily Floyd's public art strategy and Callum Morton's high-rise hotel.
- Take the Mornington Peninsula Freeway.
- Turn onto the Moorooduc Freeway and follow the signs to the Mornington Peninsula.
Directions by rail and bus from Melbourne
- Jump on a metropolitan train service from Southern Cross Station in Melbourne to Frankston, then connect through Hastings to Stony Point on Westernport Bay.
For detailed information on timetables and ticket prices, please contact Metlink on (Australia only) 13 16 38 or visit www.metlinkmelbourne.com.au.
- Buses travel from Melbourne to all areas of the state and local bus routes operate around each Mornington Peninsula village. Bus number 788 departs Frankston station for towns alongside Port Phillip Bay to Portsea every 45 minutes on weekdays, and every one to two hours on weekends. For more information, visit www.grenda.com.au.