- Gibbston Valley Winery Restaurant
- Peregrine Winery
- Wooing Tree Vineyard
- Mt Difficulty Winery
- Amisfield Winery and Restaurant
Best Wineries To VisitQueenstown · 5 Items · Mike Watt · View in Story Mode
Handpicked by a Queenstown Local Expert, we bring you our guide to 'Best Wineries To Visit'.
Central Otago has a well earned reputation for producing world-class wines. Close to Queenstown are the wine growing regions of Gibbston, Bannocknurn, Cromwell and Alexandra. We've picked out our favourite wineries in the Queenstown region to visit which are not too far away.
Renowned as one of the finest dining experiences in the Queenstown region, Gibbston Valley Winery Restaurant offers a Central Otago wine and food experience featuring seasonal selections made of the freshest ingredients and matched with our range of award-winning wines. Open daily from 12 pm to 3 pm. Prepared by Executive Chef Anthony Gradiska, a seasonal menu features carefully selected ingred... More info
Peregrine Winery features an eye catching, modern building in the heart of Gibbston. The winery specialises in Pinot Noirs but also produces Pinot Gris, Riesling, Sauvignon Blanc and Chardonnay. The building, which is architectually styled on the wingspan of a peregrine falcon in flight, houses a stylish cellar door for visitors to enjoy sampling the award winning wines. The wine range was establ... More info
Award winning Wooing Tree Vineyard is a family owned single vineyard in the town of Cromwell opposite the Big Fruit Sculpture in Central Otago. Wooing Tree specialises in Pinot Noir and the famous Blondie! As well as Rose and Chardonnay. Enjoy a wine tasting or a glass of wine all year round with our Summer and Winter menus available 7 days a week at our cellar door. The cellar Door of... More info
Stop by Mt Difficulty, one of Central Otago's major vineyards for a tasting, lunch and to enjoy the extraordinary view. Mt Difficulty is an award winning winery in the rugged Central Otago region. With some of the oldest vines in the area, Mt Difficulty is able to produce some of the world's tastiest and most complex Pinot Noirs. In addition to the regions most famous varietal, the hot, dry cli... More info
Set amid a stunning backdrop of Lake Hayes and Coronet Peak, Amisfield offers dishes created from local produce and even the local land. The bistro offers a Trust the Chef menu of either three or five courses at lunch and seven courses at dinner, with small dishes designed for sharing with friends and family. The meal can be matched with wines for an extra cost. Amisfield also runs a winery ... More info
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