Paulmara Estates

A boutique Winery and Cellar Door in the Barossa

Wine Tasting at Paulmara

Paulmara Estates, founded by Paul and Mara Georgiadis, is a testament to a shared passion for winemaking that bridges two distinct heritages: Paul's Greek roots and Mara's Californian background. Established in 1999 in the prestigious Barossa Valley, the estate embodies a commitment to producing premium wines with a focus on meticulous vineyard management and a deep respect for the land. The winery's inaugural wine, 'Syna', symbolises the harmonious blend of cultures, philosophies, and winemaking techniques that define Paulmara Estates.

Visit Paulmara in Barossa Valley

The Cellar Door at Paulmara Estates offers a unique and intimate tasting experience that reflects the estate's boutique nature. By appointment only, visitors can embark on a journey through a selection of flights that showcase the estate's diverse wine portfolio. Options include the International Flight, highlighting Greece-inspired wines; the Italian Flight, featuring limited release wines from Italian varieties; and the Marananga Flight, presenting the estate's finest vintages. Each tasting is an opportunity to delve into the stories behind the wines, guided by the expertise and passion of the Georgiadis family.

You can expect the following from a tasting at Paulmara:

Book a tasting at Paulmara

Paulmara Estates invites wine enthusiasts to explore their meticulously cared-for vineyards and the artistry of their winemaking. Tastings are conducted at their Cellar Door located at 144 Seppeltsfield Road, Nuriootpa, South Australia, from Friday to Sunday, 10am to 5pm, with other times available by appointment. A small booking fee applies, ensuring an exclusive and personalised experience for all guests. This approach to wine tasting exemplifies Paulmara's dedication to quality, heritage, and the sharing of their winemaking journey with visitors.

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