We offer complementary wine tasting when you visit our cellar door.
We are open 7 days 11am – 5pm.
We are pretty easy to find: halfway between Denmark and Walpole, so if you are off for a day adventuring, make some time to get off the beaten track (down our gravel road) for your experience of estate-grown, hand-picked wines that have earned a reputation for being some of the best and most unique of the region.
It has something to do with what the French call terroir – all the elements that make up the site; the aspect, the soil type, the clean air, the love … try it for yourself.
Art and Wood
As well as our exciting range of wines, the Cellar Door also showcases a selection of artworks by resident artist Melissa Boughey, inspired by the many colours and forms of the region. Melissa has been selected finalist in a number of national shows – you can see more on her website.
The inspirational sculptural wood work of Tony Docherty can also be viewed, from simple turned spoons and boards to large organic-shaped bowls and objects. A lovely momento of your trip south.
We often host Art Trail exhibitions and show a selection of impressive local art so stay tuned. We also recommend the Butter Factory Studios for a diverse and professional range of art.
The resident woodworker – Mr Moombaki (aka David Britten) sources, often hand milled, exquisite pieces of raw timber, and turns them into amazing furniture – so if you are after a family heirloom, perhaps a one-off single slab table then you have come to the right place.
David works with his clients to design a style that suits their needs and there are many options. The most recent dining tables have featured Marri and Jarrah wood with bespoke legs. All the timber is recycled from the Great Southern … you may decide to commission Dave to make one to suit you.