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Casual dining at revamped Penfolds cellar door

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Penfolds Magill Estate opened a new cellar door and restaurant to the public last week after a multi-million-dollar redevelopment of the 171-year-old winery.

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Penfolds Magill Estate opened a new cellar door and restaurant to the public last week after a multi-million-dollar redevelopment of the 171-year-old winery.

The winery, which is one of the few single vineyards in the world located within city boundaries, is home to the famous Grange blend, and will now offer greater accessibility to local and international visitors.

Penfolds' flagship wine will be available for purchase by the glass at the new Magill Estate Kitchen – a casual dining offering designed to complement the formal service at Magill Estate Restaurant, the highest-ranked South Australian establishment in a recent list of Australia's top 100 restaurants.

“The changes to Magill Estate include a state-of-the-art cellar door space repositioned at the front of the winery, and a new kitchen concept with indoor and outdoor dining,” says Simon Marton, Penfolds chief marketing officer.

“The new spaces have achieved the delicate balance between preserving the charm and historical character of the site, while incorporating a modern, world-class experience for visitors that reflects Penfolds' exciting future as much as it does our 171-year-history.” 

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