Cellar Door

Come and visit our boutique McLaren Vale cellar door.

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, or just fancy a coffee, we have something for everyone.

Kids will enjoy the outdoor space, with rope swing and boat to play in.


Wine or Cider tasting fee – $10 per person

Tasting fee redemable on any wine or cider purchase.


Cheese board & 2 glasses of wine – $40

Three delicious cheeses, crackers & seasonal fruit from the farm. Perfect snack to match two glasses of our wine.

Cheese board – $25

Three delicious cheeses, crackers & seasonal fruit from the farm. Perfect snack to match our wine flight.

Apple Toastie – $10

Granny Smith Apples from the farm, local cheddar & balsamic glaze.

Pear Toastie – $10

Pears from the farm, local cheddar & blue cheese.

Fruit Board – $10

Seasonal produce from the farm, fresh to enjoy.

Orchard Ice cream – $6

with our fruit and Golden North ice-cream.

Coffee, tea and soft drinks also available.

*All prices and produce subject to season and change. Please check prices of food at cellar door on your visit.


Our cellar door is open 12pm – 4pm Saturday and Sunday, plus Public Holidays. Bookings highly recommended.

Christmas / New Year 2020
Closed 25,26,28 Dec 2020 & 1 Jan 2021 | Open 27 Dec, 2 & 3 Jan 2021

All our wines and ciders are available from the online shop with free delivery on 6+ wines and cases of cider.

Fresh fruit continues to be available in our farm cool room or from the weekend farmers markets.

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

How to find us


You can reserve a table by contacting us via email or call 0400 155 099. For groups of 8 or more please contact us in advance.

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