St Leonards Vineyard Kitchen

Reopening soon!

After taking a break over winter, St Leonards is back from December 4th with a whole new menu (coming soon)! Open Saturdays and Sundays, reservations are now open.


The menu at St Leonards Vineyard Kitchen changes with the seasons and is driven largely by what is fresh and locally available. Dishes range from house-made fish and chips through to antipasto platters to share with friends. Whatever the menu on the day, the team is sure create a selection of relaxed options making it easy for you to unwind and enjoy the stunning views of St Leonards Vineyards and the Murray River National Park. 

St Leonards Cellar Door offers a selection of premium beers and soft drinks as well as the full range of St Leonards Vineyard wines for you to choose from. When St Leonards Vineyard Kitchen is not open, a selection of antipasto items including cured meats, preserved fish, cheese and olives can be purchased to enjoy. 

Wine & Food Heritage

Opened in the early 1990's, St Leonards Vineyard was home to one of the first winery bistro's in Australia. 'Le Bistro' as it was known, was led by Brittany born chef, Michel Renoux (who now lives in Beechworth) and soon become a success with locals and tourists alike. Reviews in the local and regional food pages kept restaurant bookings constant and Michel was regularly invited to cook at interstate events.

Not unlike Terrace Restaurant today, Le Bistro offered diners a connection with the outdoors due to being situated between the cellar door and vineyard with uninterrupted views to the Murray River beyond. Michel focused on creating menus using the best local produce available ensuring guests had a memorable dining experience.

These days the menu at St Leonards Vineyard Kitchen is scaled back and serves a relaxed and rustic style menu for visitors during our monthly Music on The Murray events and regional festivals. Owners Eliza, Angela and Nicholas Brown, work with Simon and the team from Terrace Restaurant to offer food that is a reflection of the region and the bucolic winery surroundings.