"Rutherglen Rambles

Wine has been produced around Rutherglen for more than 150 years and the area’s fortified varieties are famous around the world. But there is more to the vines here than the flagship muscat and durif, and there is more to explore than just good things in a glass.

King’s castle
The All Saint’s Castle is Rutherglen’s most notable building. Based on the Queen Mother’s Castle of Mey in Scotland—with towers and turrets made from handmade bricks—the building houses the original cellar, winery, barrel halls and restaurant. After touring the gardens, enjoy artisan cheeses and antipasto from Indigo Cheese Co, taste the All Saints range from the cellar door, or sit down to an a la carte meal at the Terrace restaurant, prepared by chef Simon Arkless (London’s Oxo Tower, Comme in Melbourne)."

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The Herald Sun, Dan Stock, February 2013