The PRWIRE Press Releases https:// 2016-09-26T07:36:02Z Terrace Restaurant at All Saints Estate celebrates the ‘Estate on a Plate’ 2016-09-26T07:36:02Z terrace-restaurant-at-all-saints-estate-celebrates-the-estate-on-a-plate Few people are aware that the iconic property of All Saints Estate is also a working farm providing an array of delicious ingredients used daily on the menu at Terrace Restaurant. The beauty of the rich soil and definitive seasons in North East Victoria allows us make premium wines and grow fresh, free range meat and beautiful produce.  On Sunday 30th October at 12pm we will celebrate this rich bounty with an indulgent lunch by Chef Simon Arkless and his team. Following sparkling wine and canapés on arrival, guests will indulge in four courses that reflect the season, the location and the skills of our talented kitchen team. Each course will be expertly matched to premium All Saints Estate wines.Cost: $149 for non-Wine Club Members. $136 for Wine Club Members. Limited places are available so book online now at www.allsaintswine.com.au. For more information contact All Saints Estate 1800 021 621 or email customerservice@allsaintswine.com.auAbout Terrace Restaurant: Owners Eliza, Angela and Nicholas Brown, dreamt of building the reputation of Terrace Restaurant to match the high quality of the All Saints Estate wines. In 2013 this dream became reality when the very first Good Food Guide ‘Chef’s Hat' was awarded. One has been awarded every year since. Simon Arkless’ visionary cooking style has also been awarded a One Glass rating in the 2016 Gourmet Traveller Wine List of the Year Awards and one of the top ten regional restaurant’s in Victoria in the 2017 Gourmet Traveller Australian Restaurant Awards.Nestled between the heritage listed Cellar Door and one of the oldest shiraz blocks, the open air space offers a breathtaking outlook of vineyards and the immaculate grounds of the Estate. This is complemented by friendly and informed. The front of house team brings a wealth of food and wine knowledge to the dining experience, priding themselves on offering consistently high standards service to guests.  Terrace Restaurant at All Saints Estate celebrates a hat for the fourth year in a row in the The Age Good Food Guide 2017. 2016-09-12T23:29:56Z terrace-restaurant-at-all-saints-estate-celebrates-a-hat-for-the-fourth-year-in-a-row-in-the-the-age-good-food-guide-2017 TERRACE RESTAURANT, at All Saints Estate in the Rutherglen Wine Region, Victoria last night received a one hat rating for the fourth year in a row in Australia’s leading food publication; The Age Good Food Guide.Of the Terrace Restaurant’s win, CEO, Eliza Brown said, “Terrace Restaurant continues to achieve a high standard due to the hard work of Chef Simon Arkless and his team who produce only the very best cuisine using the quality local produce.”Chef Simon Arkless and his team have worked with directors Eliza, Angela and Nicholas Brown on producing a menu highlighted by produce grown on the Estate including lambs, pigs, free range chicken eggs, citrus fruits and herbs. They aim to increase this Estate grown bounty over the next twelve months.About Terrace Restaurant: Owners Eliza, Angela and Nicholas Brown, dreamt of building the reputation of Terrace Restaurant to match the high quality of the All Saints Estate wines. In 2013 this dream became reality when the very first Good Food Guide ‘Chef’s Hat' was awarded. Since then, Terrace Restaurant and Simon Arkless’ visionary cooking style has been awarded a One Glass rating in the 2016 Gourmet Traveller Wine List of the Year Awards and one of the top ten regional restaurant’s in Victoria in the 2017 Gourmet Traveller Australian Restaurant Awards.Nestled between the heritage listed Cellar Door and one of the oldest shiraz blocks, the open air space offers a breathtaking outlook of vineyards and the immaculate grounds of the Estate. This is complemented by friendly and informed. The front of house team brings a wealth of food and wine knowledge to the dining experience, priding themselves on offering consistently high standards service to guests. For further information please contact Angela Brown at abrown@allsaintswine.com.au or phone 0403 246 402. – ENDS – Medal success on the world stage 2016-05-24T01:31:38Z medal-success-on-the-world-stage ALL SAINTS ESTATE, the award winning historic winery in the Rutherglen Wine Region, Victoria this week has won a major haul of medals in the International Wine Challenge (UK) including the highly coveted Regional Trophy for the Rare Rutherglen Muscat.   The International Wine Challenge is now in its 33rd year and is the world's finest and most meticulously judged wine competition which assesses every wine blind and judges each for its faithfulness to style, region and vintage. Throughout the meticulous judging process, each medal-winning wine is tasted on three separate occasions by at least ten judges.   “This is an exciting win for the entire team at All Saints Estate and is the result of quality fruit and a considered approach. Our winemaking philosophy is all about creating handcrafted wines that truly reflect where they were located and this award is recognition that our vision is sound” said Eliza Brown, CEO.   The results for All Saints Estate in the 2016 International Wine Challenge are:   - All Saints Estate 2013 Family Cellar Marsanne - Silver - All Saints Estate Rutherglen Muscat - Silver - All Saints Estate Classic Rutherglen Muscat - Silver - All Saints Estate Grand Rutherglen Muscat - Silver - All Saints Estate Rare Rutherglen Muscat - Gold and Regional Trophy About All Saints Estate: Founded in 1864, All Saints Estate produces hand-crafted award winning wines in the original castle building on the Estate. All red varieties are pressed using a beautiful 1880 French basket press that provides a delicate elegancy to the wines. This hand-crafted passion can be tasted in the full range of All Saints Estate wines including award winning Marsanne, Shiraz, Durif and fortified wines (some over 100 years old). Latest All Saints Estate Family Cellar release wines full of hand-crafted passion 2016-04-26T00:31:56Z latest-all-saints-estate-family-cellar-release-wines-full-of-hand-crafted-passion ALL SAINTS ESTATE, the award winning historic winery in the Rutherglen Wine Region, Victoria today launched the 12th release of the Family Cellar wines.Hand crafted from low-yielding vines grown in sandy loam soils, these grapes have been carefully tended to from hand picking to gentle basket pressing. These wines are only made in great vintages and released when they are at their very best. “The 2013 vintage had dry conditions throughout the growing season producing intense flavours. The 2012 vintage is a result of mild weather, careful vineyard management and gentle winemaking” said Nick Brown, Winemaker.The 2016 limited release comprises three wines;2013 Family Cellar MarsanneThe Marsanne vines are over fifty years old and produce on average ten tonnes per hectare resulting in fruit of intense flavour. The fruit was hand harvested, wild fermented, barrel fermented in French oak using indigenous yeast and aged on lees for eighteen months.2013 Family Cellar ShirazMade from Estate vines planted in 1920, producing five tonnes per hectare, and a small amount of 1992 Estate fruit, producing eight tonnes per hectare. The fruit was steeped on its skins for three weeks before gentle pressing through the 1880 French basket press and aged in French and American oak barrels (two thirds old, one third new) for eighteen months.2012 Family Cellar Durif1992 Estate fruit, producing eight tonnes per hectare, was fermented and macerated on skins for four weeks before gentle pressing through the 1880 French basket press. It then spent twenty months ageing in French oak barrels (two thirds old, one third new) and was bottled with minimal fining and filtration.About All Saints Estate: Founded in 1864, All Saints Estate produces hand-crafted award winning wines in the original castle building on the Estate. All red varieties are pressed using a beautiful 1880 French basket press that provides a delicate elegancy to the wines. This hand-crafted passion can be tasted in the full range of All Saints Estate wines including award winning Marsanne, Shiraz, Durif and fortified wines (some over 100 years old).- ENDS - All Saints Estate celebrates a ‘Star Cellar Door’ rating in Gourmet Traveller Wine Magazine’s coveted awards. 2016-03-31T05:50:48Z all-saints-estate-celebrates-a-star-cellar-door-rating-in-gourmet-traveller-wine-magazine-s-coveted-awards ALL SAINTS ESTATE, an award winning winery in the Rutherglen Wine Region, Victoria today received a top award from Australia’s leading wine publication Gourmet Traveller Wine.Of the estate’s win, All Saints Estate’s CEO, Eliza Brown said, “All Saints Estate continues to grow from strength to strength and this couldn’t be done without our fantastic team and the hard work and excellence they continue to deliver every day to reach our vision.”To achieve this award, directors Eliza, Angela and Nicholas Brown have focused on a number of areas in their business strategy with the overall one being customer service excellence. “If you get this right and your customers are happy that is the ultimate prize” said Angela Brown, Sales and Marketing Director.About All Saints Estate: Founded in 1864, All Saints Estate produces hand-crafted award winning wines in the original castle building on the estate. The Cellar Door is also located in the historic castle building where visitors can taste a huge range of wine including local heroes Marsanne, Durif, and fortified wines (some over 100 years old). Siblings Eliza, Angela and Nicholas Brown who own and run the estate share the vision of producing outstanding premium wines and Australia’s finest winery experience. They believe that innovation, youthful passion, sustainability, a healthy respect for traditional winemaking and a talented team of people are the key to delivering that vision.