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Cellar Door Rooms

Host 8 to 100 people. Tailored in-house catering options.

Cellar Door Rooms

Cellar Door features four private spaces, and one communual gallery space, with the option of in-house catering for a wide range of events ranging from sit-down tables of eight to stand-up events of 100.

The flexible layout offers a choice of historic rooms from the original 1880s building, to the light-filled stonewalled dining room.


Set within the original 1880s building, this room, with lofty ceilings and stonewalls, is a great example of early Barossa architecture.  It is also home to Peter Lehmann Wines’ bountiful trophy cabinet containing some of the highest accolades in the world of wine.

This intimate room is the ideal place to immerse in Barossa history over a private wine tasting or lunch.

Sit-down 8 | Stand Up 20  | Download PDF.


Peter Lehmann’s love of art and music is on show with his private collection of paintings representing his favourite musical work – and inspiration for 8 Songs Shiraz – “Eight Songs for a Mad King”. Aged wine barrels and ironstone walls harking back to the origins of Barossa winemaking made this room one of Peter’s personal favourites.

Sit-down 24 | Theatre 40 | Stand Up 60 | Download PDF.


The heart of the recent addition to Cellar Door is a light filled gallery space with doors opening to the verandah overlooking the gardens on a warm day, and a vast stone fireplace for those cooler days. Linked by walls made from the same stone as the original 1880s building, this space combines the best of old and new.

Sit-down 60  | Stand Up 100 | Download PDF.


A modern combination of glass and stone walls opening out to the fireplace of the dining room, The Mentor Room provides an intimate space for smaller groups – be it for private dining or a business meeting.

Sit-down 10 |  Download PDF.


A striking corner room with glass doors opening onto the gardens, anchored by old Barossa stone.  The Futures Room features a six metre table crafted from local timbers that lends itself to a long lunch, or a productive meeting inspired by nature and history.

Sit down 18 |  Download PDF.


For a summary of the Cellar Door rooms Download PDF.