Sunday, 9 November 2014

Coriole, McLaren Vale, South Australia

Coriole, McLaren Vale, South Australia
Stunning Views from the Lawn of Coriole, McLaren Vale, South Australia

Coriole, McLaren Vale, South Australia

Stunning Location, Gorgeous Wines and Local Cuisine


Coriole is a stunning winery in McLaren Vale, South Australia, less than an hour's drive from Adelaide. Besides the breathtaking location and some excellent wines, Chef Tom Reid heads the kitchen turning out some truly spectacular cuisine from just about 100% local ingredients. Words cannot describe the marvellous food, wine and vistas, so I leave it up to the photos to convince you that you must make a trip to Coriole when in South Australia. You might even plan a trip to South Australia just to visit Coriole. ;-)

Coriole, McLaren Vale, South Australia
Coriale Winery and Restaurant

The Chef, Food and Wine


Coriole, McLaren Vale, South Australia
A Bubbly Beginning
Coriole, McLaren Vale, South Australia
Chef Tom Reid Heads the Kitchen and is the Man Responsible for our Culinary Adventure
Coriole, McLaren Vale, South Australia
Lovely Perch for Lunch
Coriole, McLaren Vale, South Australia
House Baked Sourdough
Coriole, McLaren Vale, South Australia
Olives
Coriole, McLaren Vale, South Australia
Truffle Buttered Duck Liver Parfait, Toasted Brioche Bun - Truly Stunning - A Must Order!
Coriole, McLaren Vale, South Australia
Coriole Chenin Blanc
Coriole, McLaren Vale, South Australia
Beetroot Fresh from the Garden is Used in the Next Dish
Coriole, McLaren Vale, South Australia
Whipped Woodside Chevre, Willunga Beetroot, Cocoa Nib Crumble - Another Dish Not To Be Missed
Coriole, McLaren Vale, South Australia
The Optimist Reserve Chenin Blanc 2010

Coriole, McLaren Vale, South Australia
Bitter Leaf Salad, Honey and Mustard
Coriole, McLaren Vale, South Australia
Willunga Heritage Carrots, Caraway, Persian Feta, Saltbush
Coriole, McLaren Vale, South Australia
Salmon
Coriole, McLaren Vale, South Australia
Coriole 2012 Shiraz
Coriole, McLaren Vale, South Australia
Coriole 2013 Sangiovese
Coriole, McLaren Vale, South Australia
Milk Poached Pork Belly, Smoked Ell Brandade, Crackling, Mustard Leaf
Coriole, McLaren Vale, South Australia
Coriole 2013 Dancing Fig
Coriole, McLaren Vale, South Australia
Belgium Chocolate Fondant, Salted Fudge, Vanilla Ice Cream
Coriole, McLaren Vale, South Australia
Woodside Goat's Curd Panna Cotta, Filo, Butterscotch Pears and Apple Fizz
Coriole, McLaren Vale, South Australia
Coriole Racked Semillon 2010 - What an Ending!


Products Also From The Vineyard

Coriole, McLaren Vale, South Australia
Coriole First Oil Extra Virgin Olive OIl
Coriole, McLaren Vale, South Australia
Woodside Monet Cheese - Produced by the Family
Coriole, McLaren Vale, South Australia
Woodside Cheeses
Coriole, McLaren Vale, South Australia
Coriole Verjuice
The Cellar Door


Coriole, McLaren Vale, South Australia
Cellar Door
Coriole, McLaren Vale, South Australia
Cellar Door - At Most Times Just as Packed as the Most Popular Bars in Adelaide

The Scenery

Coriole, McLaren Vale, South Australia
Coriole Vineyards
Coriole, McLaren Vale, South Australia
Spring Gardens
Coriole, McLaren Vale, South Australia
It's Spring!
Coriole, McLaren Vale, South Australia
Pretty Spot Under the Trees
Coriole, McLaren Vale, South Australia
Lovely Views
Coriole, McLaren Vale, South Australia
More Beautiful Gardens
Coriole, McLaren Vale, South Australia
Coriole, McLaren Vale, Entrance
Coriole, McLaren Vale, South Australia
Picnic Table
Coriole, McLaren Vale, South Australia
Red Bloom
Coriole, McLaren Vale, South Australia
Restaurant
Coriole, McLaren Vale, South Australia
Coriole, McLaren Vale

Coriole, McLaren Vale, South Australia
Natural Surrounds
Coriole, McLaren Vale, South Australia
The Exit


9 comments:

  1. More stunning pics. Love especially the first one. Desserts are tempting.

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  2. What a beautiful setting for outdoor dining. I'm going for the Chenin Blanc Reserve today. Some of the dishes sound a little too different for me to be interested. I'm kind of a picky eater.

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  3. That cheese looks like a cross between feta and goat cheese...and I love both. It looks so good. Lovely ambiance and gorgeous and creative presentations.

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  4. this post is incredible ... the food looks ravishing, making great use of the bounty of the land ... and the scenery is breath-taking... i'd love to work or live here, heh! :D

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  5. The first and last pictures are drop dead gorgeous. There's nothing like some food (especially that sourdough and cheese) and wine to lure me there, but I'll have to figure out on bringing the sourdough and cheese back to Adelaide, lol!

    I'm already falling in love with their Spring Gardens. <3

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  6. What a great place, would really love to visit there someday :)

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  7. OMG, the views are absolutely beautiful....and the pics are equally beautiful. Those caramelized roasted carrots look like they've been plucked out of the ground just minutes ago!

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  8. Thank you for sharing this incredible blog that has appealing pictures attached in this blog. I'd loved how you captured these photos. I'm sure that you really enjoyed your outdoor dinner with your love one. I still remember when I was in Novotel Geelong, one of the crews there offered me that kind of wine. It tasted good. Thanks again.

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