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Our winery and cellar door is centrally located right in the heart of Coonawarra, just to the south of the Coonawarra township. We have an entrance on the Riddoch Highway, down our beautiful spotted gum tree driveway, and a second entrance off Memorial drive right opposite the Coonawarra store.
Our cellar door is open everyday 10am to 5pm, excluding Christmas Day, Boxing Day and Good Friday.
When visiting the cellar door you will have the opportunity to taste premium wines from our extensive portfolio, some exclusive to cellar door, olive oil and local cheese. The outdoor seating, recently landscaped lawn or shady cork trees are the perfect place to enjoy a glass of wine with a 'Pick Your Own Produce Platter' with family, friends and beloved pet.
Our cellar door is stocked with regional produce for you to 'Pick Your Own Produce Platter', we invite you to enjoy at one of our cellar door tables or if the sun is shining why not take it outside under our umbrella or pick a shady spot on our lawn to enjoy with a glass of wine. Feel free to let us know you are coming and we can hold a spot for you.
Here at DiGiorgio we realise that happy kids make for happy parents with more time to taste wines so we have a toy box full of both indoor and outdoor toys for them to amuse themselves while you get on with the serious business of tasting wines. We also offer a free kids tasting, kids snack packs ($10) and plenty of lawn for them and the dog to have a run around.
We have a range of bookable experiences on offer from a wine flight with regional food, a tour and private tasting and a pasta making lesson and lunch with the DiGiorgio family. Please see our Experiences page for more info.
The Coonawarra Wineries Walking Trail is an easy walk through the vineyards and between the wineries giving you a behind the scenes glimpse of viticulture and winemaking practices in Coonawarra. It includes 6 wineries and is just under 5 kilometres in length.
If you allow 20 minutes at each winery, the trail should take approximately 3 hours to complete. You may wish to factor in more time and allow for a lunch stop at Fodder or a pre-ordered picnic basket from the Coonawarra Store to enjoy at one of the wineries.
The six wineries on the trail are all open seven days a week (except some public holidays) and the eateries as advertised. You will be warmly welcomed at all of them for tastings or refreshments.