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We decided to travel to Seville to Payne's Rise for a relaxing day out with friends. The weather was fantastic so we decided to eat outside overlooking the dam and the vineyards in the distance. We ordered the anti pasta platter - delicious. And we...More
My hubby and I were recommended to this winery...we often head to the yarra valley on a sunday. It was a very cold sunday arvo and heard there was a lovely fireplace so thought it would be warm.
Unfortunately although fire was lit it was...More
If you are after a great day out at a smaller winery (by comparison to some of the larger venues), then family owned and run Payne's Rise is this place to go.
Run by super friendly Narelle & Tim, Payne's Rise is one of the...More
Don't trust your GPS to get you here ,it will direct you towards dead end roads but once you overcome that and actually find the winery it's worth it. Average price for a bottle of wine $25.00 ,which the wine is delicious, not a Lot...More
We usually go elsewhere in the Warburton Valley for a relaxing lunch but our usual spot was fully booked so found Paynes Rise on line and went there instead. And what a great second choice it was. 5 adults had the Antipasto plate and 3...More
We have spent numerous relaxing afternoons at Payne's Rise. Great ambience with numerous areas to sit and relax in, from the historic homestead, to the "shed" and the main area. Great views and lovely grassy areas to spread the picnic blanket and enjoy the wines...More
We've been once before in Summer and loved it with young children...the weather was kind and allowed the kids to run around without bothering anyone...so we were worried this time but Narelle gave us the area in the shed...couches...bar stools with the barrels to eat...More
We love this winery and it's particularly nice when they have live music and great weather to enjoy their gorgeous surrounds outdoors.
Parking can get further away from the main site when busy so if mobility issues then dropping off as close to the cellar...More
Down the dirt road, off the main road, we headed for Payne's Rise Winery with the attraction being offered of pizzas, cheese platters, antipasto platters, trios of dips for a light lunch and listening to music provided by Shaun Black & Emma Hales.
The homestead was great and the winery restaurant had some nice touches. Staff were friendly and accommodating. Pizzas were tasty but expensive at $20 for a few specks of rocket, cured meat and pumpkin or pear for toppings. I suggest lowering the prices for those...More