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What a pleasant surprise. A wonderful space in which to enjoy a wine tasting staffed by people with a passion for St Anne's.
There really is something here for everyone. Particularly if you enjoy your fortified wines and tawny ports.
It was good to see...More
Walked into their beautiful rustic store from the old style Echuca side, they’ve designed the store to reflect a olden day barn, loved it. I’m a huge lover of their wines and as always l couldn’t decide on 1 choice, l ended up walking out...More
They offer wine tastings at no charge.
Amazing white fortified wine plus beautiful Muscat were my favourites.
All the staff are very pleasant and helpful. They put No pressure to buy but once you taste how amazing they are, you will definitely buy. Prices are...More
Beautiful, not a big alcohol drinker but a must see and great gift ideas & treats. Lovely set up, seemed like you had almost stepped back in time. Had visited the actual winery earlier to do a bit of tasting. Great that you can buy...More
We visited the Echuca Warf outlet and were looked after by Judy. She was very informative and friendly, so much so that we felt motivated to part with a bundle of cash for two port barrels, one filled with muscat, the other with Foundrey port....More
Located a short drive from Moama Main Street towards the rich river golf course it’s a great little place serving coffee as well as the wine tasting.
Has a grassed area with jetty and dam for the kids to run around. Staff are excellent and...More
This is a very well presented rustic outlet for the wineries produce.
St Anne's main product is port which can be tasted, bought by the bottle, or purchased in bulk. You can even bring your own container for the purpose.
Various other products are available...More
Fantastic place to visit, i got recommended to here from some friends that live out near the bacchus marsh area and some local friends while staying in Moama, the gentleman that served us gave us a great insight of the heritage, etc, helped us with...More