"There was a time when Australia's top wineries had little to offer beyond...magnificent wine. Now, as more of them serve fine food, quality vino is just one of the attractions. Bon appétit" writes Quisine

"Victoria's north-east isn't short of great winery restaurants but this might take the cake - the grand All Saints Estate, one of the oldest wineries in Australia, with its imposing red-brick castle complete with grand hall and turreted keep. It certainly primes expectations and the restaurant, a permanent marquee overlooking lush grounds, keeps up its end of the bargain. British chef Simon Arkless brings his visual flair to food that doesn't need to shout to be noticed, from roast fillet of snapper with seared scallops, hazelnut truffle pesto and cauliflower purée to chargrilled porterhouse in a red-wine jus. Complete your meal with one of the acclaimed All Saints fortified wines"

Qantas Magazine, Larissa Dubecki, August 2015