Things to Do

There are many things to do when visiting the historic Estate. Bring the whole family and enjoy a beautiful day out.

1. Take a self-guided tour of the All Saints Estate castle and grounds

A visit to All Saint Estate starts as you enter the impressive wrought-iron gates and turn into the entrance lined by majestic 130-year-old elm trees. Once on foot and heading towards the castle, you will pass through the stunning landscaped gardens on your way to the Cellar Door entrance. Before wandering around the estate, take a minute or two to read about its rich history. The Chinese Dormitory, at the rear of the castle, is one of many significant buildings on the estate and the third to be classified by the Historic Buildings Council. The other two classified buildings are the Castle and the Cheese Tasting Room (formerly the bottling hall and cellar). Guided tours of the Estate, led by one of our knowledgeable staff, are available year round, at 11am every Saturday and Sunday morning.

2. Private Wine Tasting

For those seeking a more in-depth experience, All Saints Estate offers an exclusive wine masterclass-style private tasting in our intimate Private Dining Room or the Family Cellar. Private tastings can be enjoyed with carefully selected cheeses from Indigo Food Co. for an additional fee. Private tastings are complimentary for our Wine Club Members, and we happily accommodate our non-Wine-Club guests for a small fee per person. Wine Club Members and non-members can book their Private Tasting here.

3. Indulge in a one hat lunch at Terrace Restaurant

Experience gastronomical perfection with a TWO or THREE course lunch and expertly matched wines at the 'one hat' Terrace Restaurant. Awarded one hat since 2013 this much loved regional restaurant is the perfect spot to while away the day and enjoy the best local produce there is with matching wines from All Saints Estate and St Leonards Vineyard.

4. Savour a Cheese and Wine Platter by The Duck Pond

Indigo Food Co. has fast become a favourite among locals and visitors alike. In its provender-style cheese-tasting room, you can choose your favourite cheeses as well as a wide selection of products including cured meats, dips, relishes and olives. Create your own cheese platter or try one of ours, designed by Simon Arkless and the team at Terrace Restaurant. A selection of wines from All Saints Estate and St Leonards Vineyard is also available for purchase to complete your cheese-and-wine indulgence.

All Saints Estate boasts many locations for a relaxed picnic. You may have spied your favourite shady tree while doing a self-led tour of the Estate, or perhaps you are happy to sit at one of the picnic tables set up by the duck pond. Either way, while you relax, indulge in something delectable from Indigo Food Co.

Please note that licensing requirements mean NO BYO FOOD OR ALCOHOL is permitted on the grounds of All Saints Estate.

5. Learn all about hand-crafted winemaking

The Winery Viewing Area gives our customers the unique experience of seeing the winery in operation from a birdís-eye perspective. For a full view of the action during vintage (February to April) and to see our much loved 1880s basket press, make sure you don't miss the Winery Viewing Area on your next visit. Ask our friendly Cellar Door or Indigo Food Co. staff for directions. To enquire about holding an intimate or private event in the Winery Viewing Area, please contact us online or phone 1800 021 621. For a more immersive experience book a 'Winemaker for a Day' experience.

6. Enjoy a scenic bike ride to sister winery, St Leonards Vineyard

We've got the perfect itinerary for you to enjoy by bike or on foot. Enjoy a beautifully scenic tour of the Murray via the Murray River Trail from All Saints Estate to St Leonards Vineyard.

There's so much more to discover in the Rutherglen region,

check out Explore Rutherglen for more inspiration.