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Red Hill Estate, Red Hill

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  • Lovely scenic spot. Gary behind the bar was a wealth of knowledge and very friendly. Bought a few bottles at the cellar door next door. Tasting is $5 pp if no purchase made  more »
  • I got here jusr before lunch - the staff were lovely, very informative and provided fantastic wines to taste. I loved the wine tasting experience, complimented with view and decided to stay over for l...  more »
  • Stopped off for lunch - Prawns on the Lawn, Chicken Nibbles and fries with a lovely Rose'. Inside for the tastings, $5 for nine wines, brilliant! Lovely location, perfect day, nice food/wine, excellen...  more »
  • SETTLE IN FOR THE ARVO Stunning vineyard views extending out over Western Port Bay, Red Hill makes for a great place to get married. Equally impressive is the selection of 12 wines on offer. Pick your favourite wine from the tasting then be sure to order yourself a glass of it and go and get comfortable on one of the outside chairs and watch the world go by in slow motion.
  • No suitable drinking water was provided free of charge despite being a requirement for Responsible Service of Alcohol for safety reasons. A bottle of water was $4 and the man taking the customers' orders and payments kept making snide remarks about us getting only one bottle of water for a group of 7, even after someone made a joke and tried to move off the topic and when we had turned away and were heading outside to find a table. Service was terrible. In addition to the man being rude to us about the water, the staff were on the whole rude and unhelpful. Food was subpar and expensive. We were outside so the menu is allegedly cheaper, but was still the most expensive of the number of wineries we stopped by that day and by far the worst. The food was bland, perhaps with the exception of the lamb which was far too salty. Some of the chicken wings were also uncooked. The prawns were actually nice, however did not come with the wasabi mayonnaise advertised with no explanation. Very long waits between dishes, again with no explanation. Beautiful views, however not worth it with the service, prices and quality of food, especially with so many other fantastic wineries in the area.
  • Outstanding service, great food and great wine. Gary & Max were absolute legends and Gary even gave us a lift home when there were no cabs/ubers around. Mate you saved our evening! Thanks again guys, we'll be back for sure!
  • Really disappointed with my cod today. No effort to amend the problem
  • Excellent wine and not too expensive (for Mornington prices), however we went to the Cellar Door on the weekend (Saturday 16th) and were absolutely appalled at the service. There were two staff on, and I'm not even convinced that they drink wine, let alone care about it. Despite it being very quiet they had to ask every single time which wine we were up to, their initial descriptions of the wines were 'passionfruit and pineapple' or 'strawberries and cream' - literally word for word, no context or manners, and once we hit reds they stopped talking altogether. To top it off I heard the group next to us ask what the host's favourite wine was and the response? 'What - here?'. Mind Blown.