A Selection of Fine Wines

A selection of fine wine, imported and local beers, Sparkling wine, Cocktails and Liqueurs that perfectly compliment the Sault menu.

Local and Imported Beers

Cocktails

Australian and Imported Liqueurs

Wine List

Sault has a wide selection of fine wine, imported and local beers, Sparkling wine, Cocktails and Liqueurs. We also have a selection of non-alcoholic and soft-drinks available, please ask your waiter for further details.

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Wine Specials

Whites

  • Amulet, Proseco (330ml), Beechworth, VIC – $16
  • Peregrine Ridge sparkling Shiraz NV – Heathcote, VIC – $70
  • Peregrine Ridge sparkling Shiraz ‘06 ‘Winemaker’s Reserve’ – Heathcote, VIC – $120
  • Sailors Falls Estate Sparkling Rosé ’18 – Sailors Falls, VIC – $49
  • Best’s Riesling ’18 – Great Western, VIC – $14/60
  • Dr Loosen ‘Bernkasteler Lay’ Riesling ’16 – Germany – $71
  • Telmo Rodriguez, ‘Gaba do Xil’ Godello ‘15, Galicia, Spain – $44
  • Tellurian, Marsanne ’16, Heathcote, VIC – $56
  • Rill House ‘Well Groomed Goose’ Fumé Blanc ’15 – Macedon Ranges, VIC – $65
  • Sailors Falls Estate Pinot Gris ’17 – Sailors Falls, VIC – $38
  • Rill House ‘My Deer Bride’ Chardonnay ’17 – Macedon Ranges, VIC – $90
  • Curly Flat Chardonnay ½ bottle (375ml) ’15 – Macedon Ranges, VIC – $60

Reds

  • Sally’s Paddock ½ bottle (375ml) ’12 – Redbank Pyrenees, VIC (Cabernet Sauvignon, Shiraz, Cabernet Franc and Merlot) – $70
  • Sally’s Paddock ’14 – Redbank Pyrenees, VIC (Cabernet Sauvignon, Shiraz, Cabernet Franc and Merlot) – $130
  • Curly Flat Pinot Noir ½ bottle (375ml) ’15 – Macedon Ranges, VIC – $67
  • Williams Crossing Pinot Noir ‘16 by Curly Flat – Macedon Ranges, VIC – $66
  • Tomboy Hill ‘Rebellion’ Pinot Noir ’17 – Ballarat, VIC – $16/62
  • Best’s Cabernet Sauvignon ’17 – Great Western, VIC – $14/60
  • Vaughan Springs Shiraz ’10 – Macedon Ranges, VIC – $12/42
  • Curly Flat ‘White Pinot’ ’15 – Macedon Ranges, VIC – $52

Please note all glasses of wine are 125ml unless specified
While we do our best to maintain the wine list, some products and vintages may vary due to changes in supply and availability

Wine by the Glass

Whites

  • Bennetts Lane sparkling brut NV – SA – $9
  • Macedon Ridge sparkling brut NV – Macedon Ranges, VIC – $14
  • Amulet, Proseco (330ml), Beechworth, VIC – $16
  • Best’s Riesling ’18 – Great Western, VIC – $14
  • Catalina Sounds Sauv Blanc ’18 – Marlborough, NZ – $14
  • Tar & Roses Pinot Grigio ’18 – Central VIC – $14
  • Sault Chardonnay ’16 – Hanging Rock, VIC – $9
  • Leeuwin ‘Prelude’ Chardonnay ’16 – Margaret River, WA – $16
  • Castro Martin, Albariño ‘16, Rias Baixas, Spain – $17
  • Patrizi Moscato D’Asti, DOCG ’17 – Piedmont, Italy – $12
  • Teusner ‘Salsa’ Rose ’17 – Barossa Valley, SA – $14


Reds

  • Tomboy Hill ‘Rebellion’ Pinot Noir ’17 – Ballarat, VIC – $16
  • Bellarine Estate ‘Julian’s Merlot ’16 – Bellarine, VIC – $12
  • Solar Viejo, Tempranillo Crianza ’15, Laguardia, Rioja, Spain – $14
  • Pondalowie ‘Vineyard Blend’ Shiraz/Cabernet/Tempranillo ’16 – Bendigo, VIC – $12
  • Sault Shiraz/Cab ’16 – Hanging Rock, VIC – $9
  • Best’s Cabernet Sauvignon ’17 – Great Western, VIC – $14
  • Vaughan Springs Shiraz ’10 – Macedon Ranges, VIC – $12


Dessert wines

  • De Bortoli ‘Noble One’ Botrytis Semillon – 60ml/375ml ’16 – Bilbul, NSW – $14/$60
  • Patrizi Moscato D’Asti, DOCG ’17 – Piedmont, Italy – $12/$44
  • Telmo Rodriguez, ‘MR’ Moscatel ‘13, D.O. Malaga & D.O. Sierras de Malaga, Spain – 60ml/500ml – $16/$82.50

Please note all glasses of wine are 125ml unless specified.
Whilst we do our best to maintain the wine list, some products and vintages may vary due to changes in supply and availability

By the Bottle - Whites

Sparkling & Champagne

  • Bennetts Lane sparkling brut NV – SA – $36
  • Paul Louis sparkling  NV Brut– Loire, France – $44
  • Macedon Ridge sparkling NV Brut – Macedon Ranges, VIC – $53
  • Captains Creek Organic sparkling ‘Hepburn’
  • Chardonnay Pinot Noir ’15 – Blampied, VIC – $60
  • Sailors Falls Estate Sparkling Rosé ’18 – Sailors Falls, VIC – $49
  • Peregrine Ridge sparkling Shiraz NV – Heathcote, VIC – $70
  • Veuve Clicquot Ponsardin NV Brut – Reims, France – $115
  • Peregrine Ridge sparkling Shiraz ’06 ‘Winemaker’s Reserve’ – Heathcote, VIC – $120

Riesling

  • Granite Hills Riesling ’17 – Macedon Ranges – $49
  • Best’s Riesling ’17 – Great Western, Vic – $60
  • Michael Unwin ‘Umbrella Man’ Riesling ’11 – Beaufort, VIC – $48
  • Dr Loosen ‘Bernkasteler Lay’ Riesling ’16 – Germany – $71

Sauvignon Blanc

  • Vavasour ‘The Pass’ Sauv Blanc ’18 – Marlborough, NZ – $40
  • Catalina Sounds Sauv Blanc ’18 – Marlborough, NZ – $50
  • Hanging Rock ‘Jim Jim’ Sauv Blanc ’17 – Macedon Ranges, VIC – $54
  • Shaw & Smith Sauv Blanc ’18 – Adelaide Hills, SA – $58
  • Rill House ‘Well Groomed Goose’ Fumé Blanc ’15 – Macedon Ranges, VIC – $65

Chardonnay

  • Curly Flat Chardonnay ½ bottle (375ml) ’15 – Macedon Ranges, VIC – $60
  • Sault Chardonnay ’16 – Hanging Rock, VIC – $33
  • Chestnut Hill ‘Liberty’ Chardonnay ’16 – Mt.Burnett, VIC – $53
  • Leeuwin ‘Prelude’ Chardonnay ’16 – Margaret River, WA – $64
  • Tomboy Hill ‘Clementine’s Picking’ Chardonnay ’15 – Ballarat, VIC – $85
  • Rill House ‘My Deer Bride’ Chardonnay ’17 – Macedon Ranges, VIC – $9

Varietals

  • Sailors Falls Estate Pinot Gris ’17 – Sailors Falls, VIC – $38
  • Tar & Roses Pinot Grigio ’18 – Central VIC – $46
  • Patrizi Moscato D’Asti, DOCG ’17 – Piedmont, Italy – $44
  • Telmo Rodriguez, ‘Gaba do Xil’, Godello ‘15, Galicia, Spain – $44
  • Tellurian, Marsanne ’16, Heathcote, VIC – $56
  • Castro Martin, Albariño ‘16, Rias Baixas, Spain – $65

By the Bottle - Reds

Pinot Noir

  • Curly Flat Pinot Noir ½ bottle (375ml) ’15 – Macedon Ranges, VIC – $67
  • Williams Crossing Pinot Noir ‘16 by Curly Flat – Macedon Ranges, VIC – $66
  • Chestnut Hill Pinot Noir ’13 – Mt Burnett, VIC – $55
  • Tomboy Hill ‘Rebellion’ Pinot Noir ’17 – Ballarat, VIC – $62
  • Curly Flat Pinot Noir ’15 – Macedon Ranges, VIC – $115

Merlot & Blends

  • Gapsted Cab/Merlot ’17 – Vic Alps – $42
  • Bellarine Estate ‘Julian’s Merlot ’16 – Bellarine, VIC – $49

Cabernet & Blends

  • Sally’s Paddock ½ bottle (375ml) ’12 – Redbank Pyrenees, VIC (Cabernet Sauvignon, Shiraz, Cabernet Franc and Merlot) – $70
  • Pondalowie ‘Vineyard Blend’, Shiraz/Cabernet/Tempranillo ’16 – Bendigo, VIC – $46
  • Best’s Cabernet Sauvignon ’17 – Great Western, VIC – $60
  • Bowen Estate Cabernet Sauvignon ’16 – Coonawarra, SA – $62
  • Henschke ‘Euphonium’ Shiraz/Cab/Merlot ’14 – Barossa, SA – $98
  • Leeuwin ‘Art Series’ Cabernet Sauvignon ‘13 – Margaret River, WA – $125
  • Sally’s Paddock ’13 – Redbank Pyrenees, VIC (Cabernet Sauvignon, Shiraz, Cabernet Franc and Merlot) – $130

Shiraz & Blends

  • Sault Shiraz/Cab ’16 – Hanging Rock, VIC – $33
  • Vaughan Springs Shiraz ’10 – Macedon Ranges, VIC – $4
  • Bowen Estate Shiraz ‘16– Coonawarra, SA – $62
  • Balgownie Estate Shiraz ’14 – Bendigo, VIC – $70
  • Peregrine Ridge Shiraz ‘05 Limited Release – Heathcote, VIC – $88
  • St Hallett ‘Old Block’ Shiraz ‘13 – Barossa, SA – $160
  • Henschke ‘Mount Edelstone’ Shiraz ‘13 – Eden Valley, SA – $290

Varietals

  • Crittenden Estate ‘Pinocchio’ Sangiovese ’17 – Mornington Peninsula, VIC – $50
  • Curly Flat ‘White Pinot’ ’15 – Macedon Ranges, VIC – $52
  • Solar Viejo, Tempranillo Crianza ’15, Laguardia, Rioja, Spain – $50

Rosé

  • Teusner ‘Salsa’ Rosé ’17 – Barossa Valley, SA – $50

 

Beer & Cider

  • Cascade Premium Light, TAS – $6
  • Crown Lager, VIC – $7
  • Holgate ‘Mt Macedon Ale’– Pale Ale – Woodend, VIC – $9
  • Holgate ‘Temptress’ – Chocolate Porter – Woodend, VIC – $10.50
  • Daylesford Brewing Co. ‘Golden Ale’ – Daylesford, VIC – $9
  • Little Creatures Pilsner, WA – $9
  • Mountain Goat Steam Ale (organic), VIC – $9
  • White Rabbit ‘White Ale’, VIC – $9
  • Peroni Leggera (low carb – mid strength), Italy – $7
  • Corona, Mexico – $8
  • Stella Artois, Belgium – $8
  • Budvar Lager, Czech Republic – $8.50
  • Flying Brick pear cider, Bellarine VIC – $9
  • Amulet’s Beechworth Apple Cider, VIC – $9.50

Cocktails

  • Classic Martini – Gin – Gordons ($17), Bombay Sapphire ($19), Tanqueray Gin ($19), Hendricks ($25); green olive or lemon twist
  • Classic Martini –Vodka – Russian Standard ($17) or Zubrowka ($19); green olive or lemon twist
  • Sault’s Berry Bramble – Gin – Gordons ($19) or Animus Distillery Classic Gin ($25), Cassis, lemon juice, blackberry and jostaberry cordial, tonic, berry
  • Espresso Martini – Vodka, Kahlua, Crème de Cacao, fresh espresso – $18
  • Crazy Damo – Vodka, Aperol, Cassis, lime juice, apple juice – $17
  • Summer Sault – Licor 43, tonic, lemon juice, cucumber – $17
  • Tickle Downstairs – Licor 43, Butterscotch Schnapps, lime juice, apple juice – $17
  • Cosmopolitan – Vodka, Cointreau, lime juice, cranberry juice – $17
  • Margarita – Tequila, Cointreau, lemon juice, salted rim – $17
  • Bloody Mary – tomato juice, Vodka, lemon juice, tabasco, worcestershire, salt & pepper – $17
  • Champagne Cocktail – sugar cube, bitters, Grand Marnier, sparkling wine – $17
  • Premium small batch Gin (served with tonic and garnish) – $15
    • Hurdle Creek Still – Cherry Gin, Milawa VIC
    • Animus Distillery – Classic Gin; Ambrosian Gin; or Arboretum Gin, Kyneton, VIC

The creation of a great wine list

This is Andy thinking of the next fabulous wine for our list.

This is Andy thinking of the next fabulous wine for our list.

The Sault wine list was crafted by Damien Aylward and Andy Percy (managed Tolarnos Restaurant in Melbourne for 9 years) over many nights of joyful debate and many tastings.

Both Andy and Damien have been friends for many years and both have an avid appreciation for the importance of a good wine. Wine is an integral part of a meal or a dining experience and can stimulate great conversation about far away vineyards or the taste transporting you to a fond memory.

Both Andy and Damien are constantly “researching” new wines and debating the tastes and qualities. The wine list they have created consists of a beautiful blend of local and international wines.

It is wonderful to see the passion they both have to continue to grow and evolve the choice guests can have from the wine list at Sault

The vineyards in and around Daylesford

Many of our dining, wedding, or corporate patrons are touring the Daylesford region and enjoying the fabulous scenery, activities and produce of the famed Spa Region.

Hanging Rock

The Hanging Rock Winery was established in 1983 and is located in Australia’s coolest grape growing region; The Macedon Ranges, just an easy one hour drive from Melbourne.

In 1982 with a wealth of knowledge behind them, John & Ann Ellis decided to purchase a block of land to fulfill their ambition to building their own winery. The bare block they chose, known as ‘Jim Jim’ was ideal – ultra cool climate, south facing with decomposing basalt soil – a perfect site for realising their dream of producing Australia’s finest sparkling wine.

Visit the Hanging Rock winery website

Curly Flat

The first vines were planted at Curly Flat in 1991 and with progressive plantings the vineyard is now 14 hectares (33 acres) – principally Pinot Noir with some Chardonnay and a little Pinot Gris.

A new winery was constructed in time for the April 2002 vintage. The original homestead, built in 1890’s, has been extensively renovated to host wine tastings and other wine related events.

Visit the Curly Flat winery website

Ellender Estate

The cellar has a cosy wood heater to keep you warm in winter or on warmer days, relax in the pavilion overlooking the lake and stunning rock art water feature designed by a local stone artist.

Visitors are invited to enjoy rustic regional food from the wood fired oven. Seasonal regional produce platters with freshly baked bread from the wood fired oven, wood fired pizzas or wood fired roasts and vegetables. The Alan Scott designed wood fired oven is a feature of the outdoor area.

Visit the Ellender Estate winery website

Balgownie Estate

Balgownie Estate is one of Australia’s great small vineyards famed for its long lived Cabernet Sauvignon and Shiraz and the Cellar Door is the place to start your experience.

Today, a visit to Balgownie Estate Bendigo, takes you through a driveway lined with olive trees and vineyards. Further along sits the original cottage and high pitched roof winery, surrounded by rugged gnarly iron bark and box gum trees. The cellar door boasts a wine tasting and sales area, a café, and wine museum.

Visit the Balgownie Estate winery website

Other Local Wineries

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