Not what you would expect to see in this location but after driving down the magnificent lane way of tall green trees you come to an impressive brick edifice made to look like a castle's battlements. The building is surrounded by rose gardens and the vineyards for which it is justly famous.
Wine from here won Australia's first International gold medal for wine at the Paris Exhibition in 1878. These days there is an impressive mix of old and new styles and varieties. Some of the best, however, remain the old grape varieties and wines such as marsanne, muscat and tokay.
For those wanting a restaurant meal you are well catered for, and for something more casual, Indigo cheese offers cheese plates with smoked trout and other tid bits.
Definitely a place to visit if you come to Rutherglen.
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