Food & Wine
ESTABLISHED IN 1879
Drive 10-minutes from Heathcote and you arrive at Munari Wines. The property is steeped in history, established in 1879 by Andrew Robert Morris.
His family holds their place in Heathcote history, establishing Heathcote’s first hotel - the Mt Ida Hotel, now the site of the National Australian Bank, and turning his house into a second hotel when gaining a license. Andrew Robert established his home, named Moorburn after his Scottish family home, with a 3200 acerage. The original house and farm is now Munari Wines.
Rich Glen Olive Estate
SHOP THE AWARD WINNING RANGE
The tree-to-table products are so sought after that Yarrawonga Town Store was born to meet high demand.
Located in Belmore Street, the beautiful Artisan space trades in an exclusive range of over 150 preservative-free, Olive-Oil based products.
The Firming Elixir created with farm-grown persimmon or the hydrating honey Lip Balm are a must for supple gorgeous skin. Natural remedies and household products like Calendula Healing Ointment or Linen Ironing Mist are fragrant, effective, and all-natural.
Bank Street Wood Fired Pizza & Garden
CRAFTED TO WOOD FIRED PERFECTION
Their pizza philosophy is to use incredible local produce in an incredible country setting.
Any foodie will relish choosing a rich tomato Napoli or New York-style wood-fired base of cold-fermented dough, which contrasts perfectly with fresh herbs and locally sourced toppings.
The Little Hottie with sopresso and chilli and the mischievously named Michelle’s Magic Mushrooms laced with truffle oil are fun options to inspire the taste buds.
Bank Street Pizza is literally the only excuse you’ll need to leave the house for your weekend escape.