"Just like Europe

A few kilometres away, All Saints Estate winery wins the prize for the most romantic setting in Rutherglen. It's a knockout "castle", built in the 1880s with turrets and a tower. It was inspired by the Castle of Mey in Scotland, where the original owner's father once worked.

The grounds are beautifully kept and a walk around the back reveals the Chinese Dormitory, which housed Chinese workers who moved to the vineyards after the gold rush.

Dinner at the Terrace Restaurant is rather special, and driving up the 130-year-old elm-lined avenue on a balmy evening feels like a trip to Europe without the jetlag. We opt for the wine-matched menu - after all, it's not every night that one dines in a castle."

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The Age, Mary O'Brien, February 2013