The Eurabbie Estate winery was constructed in time for the 2000 vintage from mud brick, a material known for its ability to retain stable temperatures. The winery contains winemaking area and barrel storage, in addition to a well-appointed tasting room, bottle storage, conveniences and storage areas.
The winery is of an ideal size to accommodate Eurabbie’s planned production of 1500 cases (18,000 bottles), although a greater than expected growth in sales already has raised the question of a new winery being required at some time in the not-too-distant future.
The winery is equipped with fermenting and storage facilities, as well as modern bottling equipment which allows all bottles to be filled under a protective blanket of carbon dioxide gas.
A gas barbeque can be made available if 24 hours notice is provided.
Adjacent to the parking area are two large fenced areas which contain a family group of rare black and tan Alpine dingoes. The owner has long been involved in wildlife research, and was one of two non-scientists or zoologists who attended a conference called by the Australian Museum in 1995 to identify a large carnivore species which apparently had become established in Australia. A letter from the museum identifying evidence examined at that conference is on the winery wall.