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Mt Rosa is nestled into the mountains, and is across from another winery. Mt Rosa is smaller and is working to grow but the wines that they produce are very flavorful. The staff are WONDERFUL and totally fun if you engage with them. Enjoy the...More
We went here with Ultitude wine tours and what a lovely welcome to Queenstown wines.the staff where beyond helpful and friendly.the wine was great tasting at a great price.would recommend a must to visit.thank you!
We visited Mount Rosa as part of an Altitude Wine Tour. The whole day was great, but Mount Rosa was the stand out element with Trish being an outstanding host and the wines being exceptional. I don’t think I’d have ever found this were it...More
The cellar door proprietor Trish was lots of fun and we greatly enjoyed her informal hospitality. The winery itself is situated on a slope with some nice sunny spots to sit and enjoy a wine or cheese platter.
While a lot of the wineries in...More
I've been to Mt Rosa a few times now and I always thoroughly enjoy the experience, the atmosphere is relaxed and fun, everyone interacts, there is no formality and you meet such interesting people.
The resident mascot is very entertaining 'Bass the dog' I did...More
We stoped at this place as part of a wine tour we took. The host was hilarious and informative and the whole wine tasting was fun. We really liked their Pinot Gris and Pinot Blanc. The location is nice and cool. Worth stopping in case...More
Great place to stop for a wine tasting with beautiful views, particularly after cycling up to it, You get a great eight wines to taste for a set price. Staff were really friendly. Love the mulled wine.
Date of experience: April 2018
MtRosa, Owner at Mt Rosa Wines, responded to this reviewResponded 6 April 2018
Thanks destination551 - Hope you enjoyed the rest of your stay in the south.
Team Mt Rosa