‘A meal as close as you can get to perfection’
Welcome to Terrôir
To many people Terrôir is an elusive and romantic French term, frequently used to describe the inherent characters of soil, climate and culture, as reflected in a wine or the food from a particular vineyard or region. At Craggy Range the restaurant is called “Terrôir” – its name reflecting that its food, the vineyard’s wine and its culture, come together sublimely, in a unique and dramatic setting
‘When we created Terrôir we were inspired by the classic French bistro that is relaxed, where it’s not about frost or foam, but more about a great piece of protein and quality fresh local produce. We have an organic vegetable patch and much of the produce is from our own garden. We’ll always have a one-pot dish or a shared plate for two on the menu, such as coq au vin or a rack of veal or a great shoulder of lamb. It’s a grand and magnificent setting, but we’re very much about relaxed country food and the feeling of sharing a memorable meal.’
~ Mary-Jeanne Peabody
Terrôir - where your roast chicken is spit-turned in front of you on a roaring wood fire, and the grilled figs were picked one hour before, all served alongside the perfectly matched single vineyard wines of Craggy Range.
Terrôir Restaurant Hours
Easter Weekend (1 April) 2013 - Labour Weekend (27 October) 2013:
Lunch Wednesday to Sunday; Dinner Wednesday to Saturday
Labour Weekend (28 October) 2013 - Easter Weekend (20 April) 2014:
Lunch Monday to Sunday; Dinner Monday to Saturday
(closed Christmas Day December 25, Anzac Day April 25, Labour Day October 28)
Winter closedown period: 1 July - 16 July 2013
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