Bird in Hand’s Woodside estate reopens its cellar door

Bird in Hand Winery's Woodside estate reopens its cellar door, offering guests a unique experience that showcases South Australian wine, food, art, and culture.

Bird in Hand Winery’s Woodside estate reopens its its hospitality offering & cellar door, much to the delight of wine enthusiasts across the Adelaide Hills. This iconic brand, founded in 1997, celebrates 25 years of producing artisan wines with global appeal, and has become a favourite among locals and visitors alike. After beginning renovations of the cellar door and restaurant in 2020, the Woodside estate offers guests a unique experience that showcases South Australian wine, food, art, and culture.

The first stage of the build has been completed, which includes a new private tasting room, terraced gardens, and art inclusions. The cellar door will offer rare back vintage wines that are exclusively available onsite, as well as food offerings that champion native ingredients and produce from the onsite kitchen garden. The restaurant will also feature a range of dishes that reflect the culinary diversity of the region, showcasing the best of local produce and culinary techniques.

Bird in Hand Founder Andrew Nugent says, “It is wonderful to welcome guests back to Bird in Hand, and a delight for our team of artisan winemakers and hospitality professionals to showcase South Australian wine, food, art, and culture. We are so grateful to live and work in the beautiful Adelaide Hills and appreciate the responsibility to nurture the pristine land we farm and to promote our community to a discerning local, national and global audience.”

Visitors to the Woodside estate can expect a warm and welcoming atmosphere, with a team of friendly and knowledgeable staff who are passionate about sharing their love of wine, food, and culture with guests.

With its stunning location, world-class wines, and delicious food, the Bird in Hand Winery’s Woodside estate is the perfect destination for wine lovers and foodies alike.

Bookings are recommended, but walk-ins are also welcome.

Bird in Hand

Pfeiffer Rd, Woodside


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