5.00 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating
(1 customer review)

If you have come from the east (Beechworth direction) and are travelling to Rutherglen then Jones is one of the first winery cellar doors you will encounter. A modern country vibe with a separate gallery to one side and an adjoining cafe on the other. Wrought Iron sculptures greet you as you enter the tasting room, which is housed in a red brick barn built in the 1860’s. The cafe serves good coffee and a limited, but interesting and well thought out menu to keep you going.
On our last visit we discovered something completely different in the “Correll” that made me do the happy dance on the inside. An aperitif made from fortified white wine with flavours of orange peel, star anise with hints of other spices. The Correll is best served chilled on ice with an orange slice at the beginning, when friends first arrive.
The reds impressed me with an excellent Durif, then a Shiraz and a Shiraz Grenache to follow.
When I talk about a winery cellar door that offers a good overall experience then this is it. Go taste some wine, visit the gallery, have a coffee and a quick bite to eat, all in the lovely surrounds of what is Jones winery cellar door.

Open hours

Day of Week Cellar Door Restaurant
Monday 11am – 4pm
Tuesday 11am – 4pm
Thursday 12pm – 3pm
Friday 11am – 4pm 12pm – 3pm
Saturday 10am – 5pm 12pm – 3pm
Sunday 10am – 5pm 12pm – 3pm

Additional Info: Public Holidays 10am – 5pm, Cafe 10am for morning tea and also late afternoon coffee and cake until 4pm.


Features: Art Gallery

Our Picks: Correll, Shiraz & Shiraz/Grenache

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Jones Road, Rutherglen, VIC

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1 review for Jones

  1. 5 out of 5


    Jones Winery is one of our favourites in the North East. Their cellar door experience is fantastic with very knowledgeable staff and a wonderfully warm atmosphere particularly in the colder months with the fire going. The restaurant is only open for lunch a few days a week but well worth the effort. We love that all the antique tables arent numbered but are known by the person that donated them. It is lovely to sit outside in the summer months. The gallery is a great way to marvel at what can be created with leftover pieces of metal.

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