Beverley is Whiskey Gully Wines' cellar door and restaurant. Sit on the verandah or inside this fine colonial building built in the early 1870s and enjoy creative, tasty meals, our finest award-winning wines and, on many occasions, live music.
Originally one of the district's grazing stations, Beverley has cedar fittings, iron lace work and magnificent open fire places. It is set on a hill with superb views down the Severn Valley. There is a formal garden, a tree garden, an orchard and our vineyard to enjoy plus our farm animals.
Activities include dining, wine tasting, walking, enjoying the garden, impromptu concerts and chilling out. We are open seven days most of the year and there is generally no need to make lunch bookings. Friday and Saturday nights are our big nights. Dinner bookings are essential.
We serve a la carte luncheons from 11am each day. We cater for travellers, visitors to the district and local people.
During the week we serve an a la carte menu at night although, by booking in advance, you can enjoy our famous degustation-style Beverley Banquet.
The Beverley Banquet is served exclusively each Saturday night. It is a multi-course "chef's choice" menu and it has proven to be extremely popular. Chef John favours elegant French-style food and sauces and local produce features prominently.
"The Style of our meals suits the country nature of the restaurant," explains John.
"We concentrate on the quality of the menu and this allows us to use the freshest local produce."
As well as cooking, John )(and sometimes daughter Emily) entertain in the restaurant. "It is the most creative way I have yet found to get out of the washing up," John explains.
One of the features of Whiskey Gully Wines are the community events held there. During the year, several Music Nights and What's Cookin' nights are held.