Recently we spent the day on a Yarra Valley wine tour, the second vineyard/cellar door we visited was the Seville Hill Winery. The host and winemaker was renovating either the bathroom or the kitchen in his home when we arrived in the pouring rain. He left his renos and came up and opened up for us. John the winemaker spent the next hour fascinating us with his wines and knowledge. Nothing was too much trouble, we sampled his home made crushed olives, tasted all his wines which were absolutely fabulous and I think I could safely say we all wanted to stay and let him prepare our lunch and drink his wines, Unfortunately we had to move on. It was the highlight of the tour it was such a great way to find out about the wines from the actual winemaker and then know how to sample each wine to get the best possible taste from the wine. We came away armed not only with knowledge, but wine, cheeses (yes he makes them too) crushed olives, photos of his amazing camellia bushes and a pleasant warmth from the best port I think I have ever tasted. Kudos to the Seville Hill Winery and the winemaker John for a fantastic interlude. I would thoroughly recommend a visit to this winery.