Pindarie Wines


Why not soak up one of the best views the Barossa has to offer, whilst enjoying our range of wines in front of our toasty warm open fire. Let yourself relax with our laid back hospitality in our family friendly setting. The Cellar Door offers seasonal lunches, in a relaxed & family friendly setting. With award winning wines and fantastic views of the Barossa Ranges is is fast becoming the 'must see' destination for both locals and tourists in the Barossa Valley. The carefully restored stables, provides a charming home for Pindarie Wines. A winner of multiple tourism awards, cellar door provides a genuine vineyard to glass experience. Wine tastings of the full range of estate grown wines is complemented by the 180-degree views of Pindarie’s vineyards from where the wines are originally sourced. It is a place to relax and enjoy a regional tasting with one of our knowledgeable wine team members. We plan to tell a story or two and hope to share our love for small handcrafted wines with you.

Location Description

Located on the western ridge of the Barossa Valley.

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Practices & Techniques

We are constantly striving for best vineyard practices and are constantly trialling different ideas and methods, to maximise the potential of the vineyard. Our focus is quality and so the vineyard is managed by spur pruning & managing bud numbers to keep yields low, intensifying the flavours of the grapes. Soil health and water conservation is fundamental for sustainability. Our philosophy in the vineyard is sustainable viticulture so as not to upset the balance of nature. We see many natural insects and they help keep the unwanted pests under control. All the shelter belts surrounding the vineyards are planted to native species common to this area and this helps to provide habitats for the native birds and insects. We strongly believe all good wines begin in the vineyard. A good bottle of wine grows from the ground up.

Estate Vineyards / AVA

The soils at Pindarie are best described as red brown earths with underlying limestone (calcrete) that varies in depth. Extensive soil surveys were carried out prior to planting to select the appropriate sites for producing high quality wine grapes. Our belief is that wine grape varieties should be chosen to reflect the regionality, or emphasis on or as the French say “terroir”. The Western Ridge of the Barossa Valley’s terroir, is the combination of soil type & climate. The climate at Pindarie is best described as a warm continental climate, with a Mediterranean influence. The average annual rainfall is 460mm being winter dominant with an average grape growing season rainfall (October – March) of 160mm. The relative humidity during summer on average is low, reducing the risk of disease and the Mean January temperature is 22.5° Celsius. The mean July temperature is 10.1 Celsius. Natural vegetation grows between the rows as a cover-crop, which is then mowed in spring and left to mulch. In some blocks we allow the midrow vegetation to set seed before mowing to build up a seed bed of naturally occurring grasses.

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Monday to Sunday 11:00 am – 4:00 pm


946 Rosedale Road
Gomersal, South Australia 5352

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