Penfolds Magill Estate Cellar Door, Magill

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Winery / Vineyard
Visit Penfolds Magill Estate Cellar Door, located on the grounds of one of Australia’s oldest wineries, to enjoy a fine dining experience in the verdant hills just minutes from the city’s center. Founded in 1844 by an English physician and his wife, the historic winery currently covers over 5 hectares (12 acres) and is best known for its selection of Shiraz wines. The estate’s restaurant, designed to combine modern architecture with the natural surroundings of the winery, offers a distinctive food and wine experience. Drop by for a gourmet meal accompanied by a glass of Shiraz, chosen from the winery’s extensive collection. Guided tours of this heritage site are also available to interested visitors. Our Magill trip itinerary builder makes visiting Penfolds Magill Estate Cellar Door and other Magill attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • We had a man called Roman and he was such a great hostess! We had a great tasting and good value for money!!  more »
  • Been before when booked by family. Visited on 22nd to book lunch for 26th and attitude of restaurant managed appalling. He asked us to take a seat until someone took our booking, went off to wait on t...  more »
  • Nice wine tasting experience in the city. Delicious cheese, nice variety of wines, knowledgeable and friendly staff. Average views on a minuscule vineyard which makes it look a bit artificial.  more »
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  • Vicki and Gemma were amazing! Very friendly and great service!
  • I am lucky enough to join the $20 "Private" tour (we are the only group). Very nice guide take us through the whole winery. An wine tasting at the end (tasted many of the wine not on the tasting list too!)
  • Very crowded. There is no winery view at all, but just like bottle shop.
  • This place full of history is the perfect place for an amazing tasting to get a snapshot in Penfolds' wide range of wonderful wines.
  • Fantastic products, with good food and great views, the winery tours are worth it