Try our award-winning wines, enjoy a plate of amazing local produce and soak
up the fabulous atmosphere at our famous cellar door
Relax in a cottage overlooking our vineyards, tour the winery; sample our wines ...
at Silos Estate you can do it all...
Buy from our range of Wine, Gift Cards, Hampers and Alpaca Products
and get them delivered to your door
Award winning local produce in a stunning location
Award winning accommodation for a weekend...or longer
Imagine your wedding, corporate event or location shoot at Silos Estate - it's picture perfect
See and buy from the largest alpaca outlet on the South Coast
Fly in to stay, wine or dine
Charge using renewables at one of the largest EV Stations in Australia
Opening Hours at Silos Berry
The Cellar Door is open 7 days a week, 11am – 5pm, every day except Christmas Day.
For all tastings please book below:
Walk-ins will be served subject to availability.
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This is Nic, a friend of Silos Estate You may recognize him as a volunteer when we host HSC school groups or hold Wine Festivals. In February 2021, at a beach near to here, three men were washed off the rocks while fishing. None were wearing life vests, and with pounding seas and a heavy swell they were washed out hundreds of meters offshore in a matter of minutes. A passerby, Laines Niema dove into the water in an attempt to rescue one of the men, but with the swell sweeping over the rock platform and a steep rock face they were unable to land and were both swept out to sea. By this time, two police officers, Darren Traill and Matthew Elston arrived to help but were both injured in trying to help. Not scratches mind you – the surf was so strong they both suffered lacerations and broken bones. This was the situation that confronted Nic when he arrived on scene, and with little hesitation he dived in and swam out to the fishermen. In these difficult conditions, and with the knowledge that these waters are well known for sharks – he was able to affect two rescues. All three fishermen were bought to shore, and CPR was applied by paramedics and surf life rescue. Despite their best efforts, tragically two of the fishermen did not survive. Yesterday, we were honoured to be asked as his ‘+1’ when he was awarded the Silver Medal (Bravery) by the Governor of NSW, Margaret Beazley. You should know that Laines (Silver), Darren and Matthew (Bronze) were also recognized. In a world of ‘heroic’ sports stars; ‘brave’ actors; ‘courageous’ influencers and ‘fearless’ pop stars – these guys were the real deal. How lucky we are to have people like them, and in our case, Nic in our lives #goodnews #shoalhaven #bravery
Since 2007 Silos Estate charging stations (now 16 in total) have welcomed EVs. As a founding stop on the ‘EV Super Highway’ we have been part of things as diverse as ‘Stop, Revive, Survive’ driver safety programs; growing regional tourism; and helping drive (see what we did there?) to net zero. Today was another landmark - filming educational videos (to be used globally) in relation to fire safety, fire fighting and emergency response for EVs. It's pretty cool for a small Australian based winery to be able to play a part. One day, something like this won’t be anything special - it will be common. And really….that’s a good thing. #tesla #shoalhaven #ev #byd #polestar #mg #kia #hyundai #taycan #firesafety
On Remembrance Day, here at Silos Estate we pause to remember all who have served our country, and particularly to thank the many serving members and their families right here with our business and in our local community #remembrance #lestweforget2023 Please note that we will be observing today - and opening hours will vary to normal.
In just a few days the new Deborah Lawrie Flyover will open at Sydney Airport here in Australia. Captain Deborah Lawrie, became the first female commercial pilot in Australia, but had to overcome astonishing odds to do so. In her attempt to fly at Ansett Australia, Reginald Ansett (the airline owner) appealed all the way to the Australian High Court to try to stop her from flying. Amongst the more imaginative arguments offered were that ‘Women were prone to panic’ ‘Would go off have babies’ and that ‘Their earrings were a safety hazard’ They lost. Today she still flies, and is now the oldest female commercial pilot in the world. If you ever doubt the statement ‘You can’t be what you can’t see’ then consider the fact that here in Australia, the CEOs of Virgin Australia, Qantas and Jetstar Airways, the head Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) and the Federal Transport Minister are all female. And what does the Deborah Lawrie flyover span? Well, that would be Reginald Ansett Drive. Life doesn’t come neater than that. Here's cheers to you Deb. #aviation #silosestate #schadenfreude