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Scion is a dynamic and creative boutique wine business established in Rutherglen, North East... more
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This rustic cellar door in the backstreets of Rutherglen is housed in a collection of rusty... more
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Renaissance Chocolates and Renaissance Farm Bed and Breakfast are situated in the wine growing... more
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Gold lured Timothy Stanton and his family to Rutherglen in the 1860s but he soon turned his... more
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Beautiful waterfront winery serving light luncheons and refreshments. Well behaved dogs on leads... more
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With vines well over 100 years old, this truly boutique winery has an innovative, fresh take on... more
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A small family winery specialising in hand made sparkling wines and full bodied reds.When you visit... more
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Olive Hills Estate is a boutique winery,vineyard,cellar door and function centre.
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Winery Tours for up to 4 people in a 1925 Studebaker