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We're pleased to see our wines garnering international attention, most recently from winetourism.com – an international guide to help travellers and wine lovers find all of the best wineries to visit and enjoy around the world. In addition to the listing, we were featured in Vinjournalen.se,...

We’re of the opinion that being in isolation doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy the finer things in life; in fact, it’s more reason to create them. We’ve teamed up with Chef Tyson from I Like Too Much to bring you a mouth-watering recipe - perfectly...

Whether you're from here or are a visitor to our beautiful city, the Rob Dolan winery is close to Melbourne, making for a great day trip to experience the Yarra Valley. After an easy 30-minutes down the freeway, you'll feel yourself relax when you hit the...

We've been heartened by the online orders coming through - direct sales really help to keep us going during this time. So as thanks, for the next couple of weeks we'll be popping in an extra little treat for orders over $100 on our online store;...

We love dogs at Rob Dolan Wines, in fact our own Merlot has recently been promoted to Chief Cuddle Officer, a title truly deserved. You’re welcome to bring your own fury friend to our Yarra Valley Cellar Door; we’re close to Melbourne so the winery makes...

First and foremost – thank YOU! We have all been inundated with messages of support, crafty new suggestions of ways we can continue to keep you guys in supply of a good drop; and of course, our most sincere gratitude to those making good use...

Meet Nicholas and Colleen, A couple who met in Luxembourg in high school, got married, worked in the financial industry (obviously), quit their jobs (obviously) and in 2012 moved to Burgundy to make wine! In the heart of the Côte-d’Or lies the little village of Savigny-lès-Beaune....

Anyone who knows even the slightest thing about me, knows that I am the coldest person I know. I’m a total wuss, and I own it. For the past 4 years I have been so very fortunate that Rob has let me take off to the...

2019 was certainly a year to remember, three harvests squeezed into twelve months across three different countries. An amazing experience leaving me with a keen appetite for winemaking. The year began not far from home in the southern hemisphere at Brokenwood Wines in the Hunter Valley....

Where does wine come from? How is it made? And how many months of the year are we actually making it? I’m relatively new to the wine industry, and I find myself asking these questions on the daily. Here’s a quick run-down on me – my...

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