The Cellar Door at Coriole opened in 1972 in the old ironstone barn built in 1860.
The Coriole Cellar Door is open every day except Good Friday and Christmas Day. Due to our small cellar door space, all groups of 8 people or more need to be pre-booked.
We charge a $10 tasting fee, however this fee is waived with purchase.
We welcome guests who may be celebrating a special occasion or just looking for a great experience to share with friends or family. All groups will be joined by a passionate Coriole host and will include tasting plates of estate grown and owned produce.
At Coriole we offer Hosted Group Tasting experiences from Friday-Monday at either 10am or 11.30am. For groups of 8-15pax we charge $16pp and 16-30pax we charge $22pp.
Our rustic and utterly charming setting is one of fairy tales and the Cottage Veranda, located alongside sprawling lawns and vineyard views, provides the perfect backdrop for your next celebration!
We welcome groups of up to 30 adults who will have exclusive use of the Cottage Veranda. On fine sunny days guests can spill out onto the lawn, picnic rugs and lawn games are included, and on cooler days the Cottage Veranda can be heated and enclosed.
Farm Shop- open weekends only
The Farm Shop is a retail space that sells a selection of our food products, most of which are grown and produced onsite, a range of locally produced gift items, cook books and hampers, as well as Coriole wine by the glass or bottle, local beer, cider and non-alcoholic beverages.
Tables and chairs are provided under our arbour, as well as picnic rugs if you are planning on visiting us to laze around and grab a Picnic Box to graze on or enjoy a bottle of wine onsite.
From September onwards we will have live acoustic music playing out on the western lawn.
For any enquiries regarding our Cellar Door, Group Experiences or Farm Shop please call us on (08) 8323 8305 or email email@example.com
The McLaren Vale Grape Wine & Tourism Association acknowledges the Kaurna people as the Traditional Owners of the Country where the McLaren Vale Region is situated today, and pays its respect to Elders past and present.