Kellermeister Wines

A boutique Winery and Cellar Door in the Barossa

Wine Tasting at Kellermeister

Kellermeister Wines, nestled in the heart of the Barossa Valley, is a testament to the journey from humble beginnings to international acclaim. Established by Ralph Jones in 1976 and later acquired by winemaker Mark Pearce and his family in 2012, Kellermeister has evolved into a distinguished winery known for its commitment to producing small batch wines with authentic character. Today, the winery is recognised among the top 7% of Australian producers, a commendation highlighted by James Halliday, Australia's esteemed wine critic.

Visit Kellermeister in Barossa Valley

The Kellermeister cellar door, a standout for its iconic mudbrick construction, invites visitors to experience the enchantment of the Barossa Valley. Open throughout the week, this boutique cellar door offers guests panoramic views of the valley, a signature of the Kellermeister visit. The cellar door is a hub of warmth and hospitality, serving an array of award-winning wines and ciders alongside fresh local Barossa produce platters. This unique combination of exquisite wines, local delicacies, and the cellar door's rustic charm ensures a memorable experience for all who visit.

You can expect the following from a tasting at Kellermeister:

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For those planning a visit, Kellermeister emphasises the importance of bookings for all tasting experiences to ensure each guest receives a personalised and intimate discovery of their wines. The cellar door's dedication to quality and service has earned it the Barossa Trust Mark, reflecting its status as a destination of genuine Barossa hospitality. With a range that spans from Shiraz to Riesling, and Grenache to Mataro, Kellermeister continues to honour its heritage while embracing innovation, offering a glimpse into the soul of Barossa winemaking.

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