At the end of the route in Gibbston, there happens to be a quite lovely winery and cheesery. The area is deservedly famous for its Pinot Noir. So a smart move would be to plan ahead and take a backpack, just in case you end up with a bottle or two. On a sunny day, sitting on the cafe’s front porch or a beanbag on the lawn is pretty hard to beat. My favourite snack is their baked brie. Dunk bread into its warm oozy goodness, topped with honey caramelised onions.