Mildura and The Murray, Victoria

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All Saints Estate is a family owned winery established in 1864 and located on the banks of the Murray River in Wahgunyah, Victoria. Eliza, Angela and Nicholas Brown form the fourth-generation wine family who own and run All Saints Estate and St Leonards Vineyard. The vines were planted more than 85 years ago and the vineyards pride and joy are the oldest blocks; the Midflat Shiraz and Old Muscat.
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315 All Saints Road
Wahgunyah VIC 3687





Degustation, Modern Australian

Price Range:

$$$$ ~ $$$$


Fully Licensed (no BYO)

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From the main road 2.5km of hedge runs along the perimeter of the estate. The entrance is lined by 130 year old Elm Trees, which change beautifully with the seasons. Once on foot, you will pass through the landscaped gardens as you make your way to the Castle entrance.

Start with a trip to the cellar door, where you can sample the large range of table and fortified wines on offer. Or opt for a private tasting in the family cellar to sample rare vintages. The Terrace restaurant offers a full a la carte modern Australian dining experience or graze on handmade artisan cheeses at Indigo Cheese Co.

Dan Crane and Nicholas Brown are the winemaking team behind All Saints. They strive to make the wine reflect the Wahgunyah region and thus make complex drops of integrity and depth.
From enrichment of the soil and fruit through biodynamic vineyard practices, to labour intensive hand picking and sorting, gentle pressing in the 100 year-old basket press, hand-plunging in open fermenters and quiet barrel aging, the commitment to traditional methods has had a huge influence on the wine produced.

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500 pax
The Great Hall
The Great hall is available both day and night for functions and weddings. The Great Hall has the authentic ambience of a 140-year-old winery. It can accommodate up to 200 guests at long banquet tables. Huge turn- of-the-century oak casks are still in use today for storing and maturing the fortified treasures.
The Cask Hall
The Cask Hall is partly on the site of the original mud brick winery and many of the bricks used in the walls, columns and floors were fired on the property. It has a warm and charming ambience where you'll be surrounded by soleras containing maturing Ports, Muscats and Tokays. It can accommodate up to 500 guests.
The Cheese Room
The Cheese Room is available for night functions only. It is an architectural gem designed by the renowned Philip Cox. The building is two stories, with rammed earth sides concealing the ‘Family Cellar’, originally used for maturing bottled wine. It can accommodate up to 50 seated guests or 80 cocktail style.
The Rose Garden
The Rose Garden can be used for both day and night function or weddings with the option of having a marquee. It’s a picturesque setting with spacious lawns, shady trees, pond and rose garden. The lawn area can accommodate a marquee up to 24 x 12 metres, providing seating for up to 200 on round tables or 250 with long banquet tables. Capacity is less with a dance floor.
Private Dining Room
The Private Dining Room near the Cellar Door can cater for 12 people. It can be used for birthdays, dinner parties and meetings. It also features complimentary wireless internet and a television.


Cellar Door
Country Venue
Fixed / set price available
Function for 100-300
Function for 50-100
Function for over 300
Historic Building
In a Winery
Outdoor Dining
Private Dining Room
Suitable for Families with children
Suitable for Functions
Suitable for Weddings
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