Our French style wines are inspired by France’s most famous wine regions, Bordeaux and Burgundy, and compliment our Modern-Australian style restaurant menu. Most produce is sourced from local or Gippsland producers, supplemented by the onsite kitchen garden and growing orchard.
Just like our wine, our menu was designed for sharing, consisting of a tempting array of share plates and larger dishes. Being a small operation, the restaurant seats fifty patrons, with a private dining area seating eighteen. Our team of local staff offer visitors a warm, professional and genuine experience. Click here to book now!
The original winery was housed in the old, corrugated iron timber barn, circa early 1900’s. You can still catch a glimpse of the old iron barn as you drive in. It also housed our original tasting bar since the beginning in 2000.
These days, visitors enjoy wine tastings in our dedicated tasting room, located in the cellar room of the restaurant. An experienced member of our team will guide you through our current wine range, sharing their knowledge of our award winning wines.
While the restaurant is new, it was designed to reflect our old corrugated turn-of-the-century barn where all of our wine is still made. The Restaurant was designed by locals Nathan and Emma Green of Enarchitect however, Patrick Hardiker personally constructed the fit out that houses our Cellar Door. Here, visitors can sample the Cannibal Creek wine range and purchase other items.
“We have been very pleasantly surprised at the recognition our wine has received during the last five years. Our Halliday rating stands as a 4.5 star winery, through to a humbling 9 awards (including Wine of the Show) at the annual French-Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry Wine Show Le Concours des Vins de Victoria in 2014. Each year, we are delighted by the widening ripple of recognition and support we receive from industry and the general public.”