Cellar Door

Come and visit our boutique McLaren Vale cellar door.

Cellar door open Friday to Sunday, 11-5pm with delicious handcrafted pizzas by Bella. Also open Mondays for wine tastings and drinks.

Set within our orchard estate, the cellar door in McLaren Vale is a spot to come and enjoy our wines and local produce.

Whether you choose to sample our wines or cider, we have something for everyone.

Kids will enjoy the large outdoor space, rope swing, trees to climb, and boat to play in.


Reserve a table online by clicking the button below

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Bookings are highly recommended for yours and our convenience.

Please contact us via email or text/call on 0400 155 099 to discuss larger bookings (15+) such as birthdays and weddings at our property.


We have one tasting option available at our cellar door:

  • $15 extended tasting: The Dawn Rosé, Nero D’Avola, Lolly Legs, Monkey Bum & Peeptoe Reserve Shiraz
  • 15% off per bottle/6 pack of cider purchase with extended tasting


Rustic Cheese Platter$35

Local cheddar, bri and cumin cheeses, with fruit paste, crackers, jerky, and a selection of orchard fruits +$5 for Vegan Cheeses


Apple with cheddar and balsamic or pear with blue cheese and cheddar.


Olive oil, balsamic vinegar, focaccia bread and Georgia’s homemade pistachio Dukkah

Fruit Bowl – $6

Small fruit salad consisting of seasonal fruits from the Orchard

Orchard Ice cream$8

Golden North Vanilla Icecream combined with a seasonal fruit from the Orchard

Coffee, tea and soft drinks also available.


Cellar door open Friday to Monday, 11-5pm, Closed Tuesday to Thursday.

All our wines and ciders are available from the online shop

Fresh fruit continues to be available in our farm cool room or from the Willunga Farmers Market.

Corner of Sand & Hunt Road, McLaren Vale, SA 5171 – view map

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