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Punt Road Wines, Coldstream
Categories: Wineries & Vineyards, Food & Drink
Punt Road Wines is located in Coldstream. Use our Coldstream vacation generator to visit Punt Road Wines on your trip to Coldstream, and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
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Family run to celebrate a birthday - sadly the birthday boy was me and driving. Great wines, service and atmosphere. Look forward to ordering on line as my bag was full to get home.
Last stop of a winery tour, as we entered the cellar door our host had enough Pinot Gris ready for everyone to try, she explained the wine their tasting notes what it is best served with and sold it a... read more »
It was a very cold rainy day when we parked outside the Punt road winery but the inside was so warm and cozy. That aside our hostess was really nice and friendly and she was passionate about her wine ... read 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
The place is huge. The wines are great. The host was very polite and charming. Go there.
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.
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