A MasterChef Road Trip Destination

On the 4th of July, MasterChef aired an episode of their road trip through the Murray Region, known as Australia’s food bowl. All Saints Estate was the first stop, with the cast and crew used our vineyards, the elm tree drive, the lawn in front of the castle, the great hall and the cask hall for filming different elements of the episode. 

We supplied our Estate produce and wines to contestants for the challenge - Marsanne, Shiraz and of course, our world-renowned luscious Muscat, a wine style unique to the Rutherglen region.

Some of the Estate produce used in the challenge included lemons, limes, figs and apples from our nearby property Mount Ophir Estate, and table grapes from our sister winery St Leonards Vineyard.

We look forward to seeing our beautiful place on the small screen! Come along for the ride!

Hospitality is what drives us at All Saints Estate, and hosting the MasterChef Australia judges, contestants and crew who are so passionate about wine and food and wine was a real pleasure for us.

Rutherglen has gone through a reinvigoration in the last decade – with incredible tourist destinations, boutiques, cafes, bars and restaurants popping up all over the region.

A show like MasterChef Australia brings our beautiful region (and all that is on offer) into the living rooms of millions of households not just nationally, but globally.

We are so grateful for the exposure through MasterChef Australia, and we know this will be a huge boost for Rutherglen tourism and will contribute greatly to the local economy.