Wine Tree Cidery

Top choice in West Coast Australia

Wine, cider, apples, trees…the name almost hangs together, conceptually. Regardless, this cavernous steel space (a former apple shed) is a cheery spot for a tasting paddle of the house ciders ($16: classic, dry and fruity), a look at the vintage motorcycle collection, a cheese board ($30), or all of the above. Ben the Labrador is on duty.

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