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Punt Road Wines, Coldstream

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  • tried all wines and both whites and reds were excellent. costs were reasonable and commensurate with all wineries. Punters club gives 20% discount and has a small obligation for 2 deliveries in a year...  more »
  • Danielle was a pleasure to speak with. She tried diligently to make us feel welcome despite having a bus group in for a tasting at the same time. The wines were very good, particularly liked the Cab F...  more »
  • This was the first winery we visited on our Yarra Valley trip. Gorgeous wine and cheese platters, lovely surroundings so we could sit and enjoy the sunshine. Recommended.  more »
  • Great value Yarra Valley wines, apple orchard on site and Napoleone Cider brewery close by, top off the afternoon with a game of Bocce.
  • Not really nice wine from wine tasting. Only good one is the carbinet savignon 2014.
  • Great experience, awesome location, great and friendly staffs. Oh and awesome wines as well. Overall 8/8 m8
  • We brought guests out to the winery as we've been and enjoyed before, only to find that PRWs have separated their cider/brewery and winery cellar doors. Not to be discouraged, we hopped into the car and drove the 400 meters or so to their new establishment. Modelled on a microbrewery set up, there are three new buildings on site - microbrewery, a restaurant called Meletos and accommodation. As we came for the cider we stuck to the microbrewery. $12 will get you a tasting paddle that will let you sample four 100ml glasses of cider or beer. If you purchase a case you'll get your money back. No free tasting options I'm afraid. The restaurant looked busy and had a good vibe, with a large stone pizza oven and attentive staff roaming the floor and manning the front door. It was a cold day and I could only imagine how rammed it could get (great outdoor seating/standing spaces) when the sun comes out. Definitely worth a look if you're in the area.
  • The place is huge. The wines are great. The host was very polite and charming. Go there.