Last week I took a day off mid-week to take the opportunity to go out for lunch whilst mum and Phill are in town. I had heard a lot about Frogmore Creek Winery winning a few awards and with all the wineries looking amazing through autumn at the moment we headed up to the coal river to see what we could find.
On arrival, we surely were not disappointed and I’ll let some of these pictures speak for themselves.
The building is a really good size and contains a decent size restaurant and kitchen, tasting area as well as a shop full of goodies. It looks perfect for a warm day to sit outside on the deck chairs with a glass of wine but on this occasion it was barely 10 degrees so we took the inside option with the sun beaming in.
After a wander around the grounds we sat down for lunch. The menu is very unique and seasonal to the produce available locally including wallaby, pork, prawns and very morish vegetables. All the dishes were delicious and a feast for the eyes too. Complimented by some of Frogmore Creek’s Fume’ Blanc we were very content. The dishes are also setup for sharing which I prefer as you get to try a range of what’s on offer.
Every single item we consumed from the bread starter to each of the different mains to the desserts and cheese we couldn’t fault one bit. The location is just to die for and you can then buy a few bottles of wine and collect some different local food or artisan goods from the shop on the way out. We took one final wander around the vines before a 25 minute drive home, yes it’s really not far at all. I can’t wait to come back again, with Clint next time for sure.