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Our Cellar Door is more than just a place to taste wines...

New cellar door now open

Our new state-of-the-art cellar door is now open. This landmark building designed to take advantage of the vineyard views and the rural aspect of the estate is a must visit.


Our new building provides an enhanced level of wine experience, doing away with the traditional squeezing everyone in at the one bar, and instead providing customers their own space to taste the wines in their own time.  A separate tasting room allows for private group bookings and a lounge area for those who just wish to sit down with a glass of wine and a cheese plate to while away the day.


We welcome electric car drivers to visit our cellar door. We have charging stations for all electric vehicles including Tesla.


Wine Tasting

Taste our range of premium cool climate wines in our seated tasting room. Tastings are $5 per person, refundable on a bottle purchase.


For groups of 10 or more we have a private tasting room where you will have a dedicated person looking after you. Cost for the private room is $10 per person with a $5 wine credit. Group bookings are essential.  Please contact cellar door on 02 6227 5827 or email for availability.


Open 10am to 5pm 7 days a week (closed Good Friday, Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Years Day).


Check out our review from Cellar Door Score.

Cellar Door Merchandise

Our cellar door displays a range of jams, olive oil, chocolates, sauces and mustards made from local businesses and throughout NSW, some to name a few:


  • La Barre Olives – Yass NSW
    Producer of awarding winning extra virgin olive oil. A terrific range of infused oils including chilli & Garlic, Rosemary & Garlic, Orange and Lemon.
  • Enigma Fine Chocolates – Canberra
    Based in canberra, specialising in handmade multi-award winning artisan style chocolate truffles, bars and unique items using highest quality chocolate made from cocoa beans sourced from different regions all around the world.
  • Tar10 – Gresford NSW
    A collection of fabulous homemade ‘treats’. Tar10 jams, preserves, chutneys, oils and relishes are all homemade. Using locally grown Australian produce, which are free of any preservatives and additives. Tar10 homemade treats are made with loving care.
  • The Chilli Effect – NSW
    Born from a passion of growing chillies, blending deliciously hot sauces from fresh ingredients, and competing for the next level on the chilli power curve comes the Chilli Effect.
  • Thistle be Good
    Producers of a terrific range of Dukkahs, including a Bush Tucker and Chilli Thrill Dukkah as well as the traditional Egyptian.
  • Wine Dogs & Wine Cats book
    The definitive guide to dogs & cats living and working (or sleeping in the case of the cats) in the vineyard, winery and tasting rooms of wineries around the globe.

Shearing Shed Gallery

We have converted our working Shearing Shed to transform into a wonderful gallery space where we can showcase some of the regions most talented artists.


Exhibitions are generally held over the following weekends:


  • 1st weekend in April (During Harvest Festival)
  • Easter
  • October Long Weekend (During Murrumbateman Moving Feast Festival)


Keep an eye on our Events page for notifications.

Hand Painted Italian Ceramics

Our Italian ceramic range has been exclusively sourced from the Ranocchia family in Deruta, Italy.


The Ranocchia family produces a wide variety of Italian ceramic items ranging from classic tableware to vases and special items in the art style of renowned artist Romano Ranieri.


Deruta is a small town located in the middle of Umbria, famous all over the world for its classical and modern ceramics. Its artistic tradition dates back to the Etruscan period. Deruta is one of the oldest towns still making majolica (ceramics) in Italy.  The Ranocchia family have perfected their art and techniques over 30 years of operation.


Click here for more information on the Ronacchia Family Business.


Click here to see our Italian Ceramics Facebook page.