When a winery describes their wines as ultra-premium, I fear the prices will start at $55 a bottle. Not so with Kunde (rhymes with bundy); this family estate is wallet-friendly, welcoming and makes suburb wines. They use ultra-premium to describe the intense care and attention to detail that characterizes their wine making. Learn more by watching the video (located on page right).
They have a new seated tasting paired with cheese. It’s called the Kinnybrook Room but it is actually in the tasting room which keeps it festive and comfortable. I always say if you can taste food with wine…go for it…it’s worth the price of admission.
I bought several wines during my last visit (search on Kunde for my posts). Their website has a lovely recipe feature; I’m going to try their chicken wings with the 2004 Syrah. I highly recommend this winery. It’s beautiful inside and out, and all visitors will find something to enjoy.