Inside, the building is divided into two, with a glass corridor leading between the tasting room and the restaurant.
Oakridge is another winery that does not have all wines available for tasting but regularly changes the wines on the tasting list. I had a great host who guided me through the wines and she spoke a little on each of the wines she poured. I had an excellent Chardonnay as well as a Pinot Noir but it was the chance to try something different in a Pinot Meunier, which is typically only used in the production of Sparkling wine really spiked my interest. I was told that Oakridge is only one of a handful of wineries that produce this wine in Australia as a stand-alone red wine. It was wonderful!
A large produce section and a cellar with old vintages plus those wonderful views makes Oakridge Estate a great all-rounder.
|Day of Week||Cellar Door||Restaurant|
|Monday||10am – 5pm||Lunch|
|Tuesday||10am – 5pm||Lunch|
|Wednesday||10am – 5pm||Lunch|
|Thursday||10am – 5pm||Lunch|
|Friday||10am – 5pm||Lunch|
|Saturday||10am – 5pm||Lunch|
|Sunday||10am – 5pm||Lunch|
Features: Giant chess set, boxes filled with outdoor games, produce section
Our Picks: Chardonnay, Pinot Noir & Pinot Meunier