Saturday at the Station 2014Saturday at the Station
It's on again... On January 3rd 2015 at the Wangolian Cellar Door. We are getting into party mood here at Wangolina, ready for a great day of wine, awesome food and the ever entertaining Very Jane. From 11am until 6pm there will be wine by the glass, kids face painting and games, Mug on the Run Coffee and selected beers for the non-wine drinkers.
The staff at Wangolina are thrilled to announce the arrival of our very first Wangolina Baby, Frances (aka Frankie)! Our Brand Manager Kristen (KP) delivered a healthy, gorgeous baby girl on the 12th of September, weighing 7 pounds 4 ounces.
Wangolina Station is situated along South Australia’s Limestone Coast, renowned for its limestone, climate and terra rossa soils combining to produce world-famous wines of exceptional quality. Wangolina Station is part of the Mount Benson wine region situated between the coastal towns of Kingston and Robe.
Our picturesque Cellar Door sits nestled among native gums and spacious lawns and is perfect for functions, garden parties, private or group tastings*. Surrounded by wild grey kangaroos and our extensive cattle herd, it’s a great rural setting to enjoy a glass of our award-winning wines. Picnic facilities are available.
Wangolina Station has operated since 1923 and we take pride in promoting local produce. You’ll find our Cellar Door stocked with all sorts of local goodies including almonds, coffee, olive oils, jams, chutneys, chocolate and gourmet toffee.
But don't forget to taste the wines...we have an impressive selection of boutique wines available for tasting.
Our Cellar Door is open 7 days a week, with the exception of Good Friday & Christmas Day. We operate from 10am-5pm on weekdays and 11am-4pm on weekends during Winter months. However being a small family business sometimes we too need a day off so if our gate is closed so is the Cellar Door.
The Goode family arrived in Kingston in the late 1800’s and established Wangolina Station in 1923 breeding Shorthorn cattle and sheep. In 2001 fifth generation Goode family member, Anita Goode, added to the Station’s quality reputation with the addition of Wangolina Station Wines. Using grapes sourced from the Station’s vineyard, Anita has produced a range of award-winning wines.
The Goode family still run a working cattle property producing Shorthorn cattle with great consistency and structure.