|Cellar Doors |
Most Central Otago wineries offer visitors wine tasting and the opportunity to buy their wines. This cellar door experience provides access to the high quality wines of the region’s many small producers. It is more personal than going to a store or restaurant, as you are likely to meet the growers and/or winemaker.
|Central Otago restaurants |
Restaurants offer fine dining in the evenings. Some may also offer lunchtime dining. The ambience tends to be semi-formal. There is a range of top quality restaurants, each with a tempting and often, seasonally inspired, menu prepared by its chefs. Restaurants are licensed and most stock award-winning Central Otago wines.
|Cafés in central otago |
Cafés have a relaxed atmosphere and usually offer a casual all-day dining experience. Most cafés provide juices, teas, espresso coffee and other hot and cold drinks. They usually have a variety of muffins, cakes and slices and also offer light meals. Some Central Otago cafés are open in the evenings. Most are not licensed.