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All Saints Estate & Winery, Wahgunyah
(3.6/5 based on 140+ reviews on the web)
An ornate, red-brick castle surrounded by immaculate, richly colored gardens and manicured grounds, All Saints Estate & Winery boasts a visual brilliance that reflects the quality of the wine it produces. Sample local vintages. Use our Wahgunyah vacation planner to visit All Saints Estate & Winery on your trip to Wahgunyah, and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
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TripAdvisor
  • Wonderful warm day to enjoy the grounds and buy a case of bubbly for that was delicious. Lovely place to share an occasion with someone special. Great place for a pit stop that you can indulge in from...  more »
  • A road trip stop over for something to eat in a beautiful setting. First impressions, gorgeous winery. We didn't really explore it as we just wanted to soak up the sun & have a bite to eat. Your optio...  more »
  • Even if you don't drink wine, you need to pop in here to see the beautiful grounds. The cellar door was busy but we still got the servers undivided attention, wines were very good! Unfortunately we di...  more »
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  • Wine and food are amazing. The grounds are stunning. Highly recommend grabbing a bottle of wine and drinking on the grounds. The restaurant is also very good and reasonably priced. The staff are very helpful and go out of their way to help.
  • Beutifull vistas. Great wine and selection. Friendly staff. Great tasting and well presented food
  • Great wines and a beautiful setting make All Saints a beautiful stop in the Rutherglen wine region. The restaurant is fine but there is little alternative to the wine (don't bother with the coffee in the cheese shop). They have started charging for tastings which is why it's only 4/5 stars.
  • Lovely setting and excellent meals, and wonderful selection of wines, as you'd expect from a winery.
  • Our grandfather worked there as a Cooper and my father Roy Chandler took me there to sample some of the best wines anybody could ever have the privilege to taste. I wish all wine lovers had the same experience that I was able to acquirer by being introduced to the wine makers by my Family if only the old times could be reintroduced God love them all.