It’s been described as having “Middle Earth charm”, and there really is a fairy-tale feel to the old timber cellar door and winery building. Stained-glass windows, arched doorways, brick-lined bottle cellars and barrels that have seen better days make this Esk Valley icon seriously photogenic so don’t forget your camera.
Things to know
The property was first planted back in 1973 by Kim and Trish Salonius. There’s a lot of history here. Keep your eyes peeled for the winery sign, now propped up against the farm fence near the roadside.
If you’re interested in older vintages of chardonnay and malbec, this is the perfect place to expand your palate.