Coriole Vineyards Cellar Door and Restaurant
OverviewCoriole Vineyards cellar door, winery and restaurant sits on the Seaview ridge of the picturesque McLaren Vale region. Steeped in the region's wine making history, Coriole has been known for producing estate grown shiraz and cabernet, and since the 1980s, has pioneered a range of Mediterranean varieties including sangiovese, fiano and piquepoul.
The Coriole Vineyards restaurant is nestled between the original 1860s homestead and the ironstone barn, now home to the Coriole cellar door. The restaurant's focus is seasonal, locally sourced, locally produced and foraged fare. The relaxed, grazing style menu utilises the onsite kitchen garden as well as many local artisan producers.
The restaurant and cellar door are open daily (restaurant Thursday to Monday in winter months) and guests of Coriole are encouraged to soak up the breathtaking views the region offers and beautifully maintained gardens and grounds. The sprawling lawns and stunning setting provide the perfect backdrop for the many wine, food, arts and music events and weddings Coriole host annually.
Closed Christmas Day and Good Friday.