Opening of a new casual restaurant


The adventure of Eliza, Nick and Angela Brown is the first part of a series of transformations scheduled for 2022.

A new restaurant has opened at All Saints Estate Winery, offering wood-fired pizzas and a menu that celebrates local produce and wines.

The casual ‘Bonnie’ restaurant is the latest addition to Brown’s wine and food focused family business that showcases the best of the Rutherglen area, including the Terrace Restaurant, St Leonards Vineyard, Mount Ophir Estate and Bar Thousand Pound Wine Cellar.

Eliza, Nick and Angela Brown’s business is the first in a series of transformations slated for 2022 after two difficult years due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

“When my siblings and I discussed our dream for All Saints Estate in March 2020, it was the start of the pandemic. We never thought we were going to innovate with two new restaurants and a breathtaking new cellar door while we were still in the midst of a pandemic, ”said Eliza Brown.

“Our goal was to come out of this difficult period with a positive outlook. Our goal with these renovations is to introduce world-class facilities for our loyal and new customers from across Australia and beyond. “

A new casual restaurant “Bonnie” has opened at All Saints Estate, taking over the site of the Indigo Food Co. artisan food store.

The scenic location is housed in the former All Saints Estate bottling building, originally designed by the famous Philip Cox in the early 1960s.

It sits in large double steel doors that open from both sides of the building, giving diners stunning views of the All Saints Estate and the Shiraz vines planted in 1994.

A selection of wines from All Saints Estate and St Leonards Vineyard have been placed on the wine list by winemaker Nick Brown for their drinkability and modern, accessible style.

The contemporary restaurant has a design direction to bring in the outdoors. Bonnie’s interiors are informed by its surrounding landscape, displaying a touch of the outdoors throughout the space. Leaving the restaurant, diners can make their way to the circular lakeside terrace, where stunning views serve as the perfect backdrop for after-lunch or early-evening drinks.

Bonnie will seat 60 guests indoors and 70 outdoors, with additional seating scattered across the patio.


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