Cellar Door

Come and visit our new home.

The Brothers suspended their war, got their hands dirty, and have been busy renovating and refurbishing a new location to call home.

Although the location is new for the Brothers’, our cellar door has a rich history spanning from the 1850’s and the settlement of Tanunda. Located in the centre of Murray Street, Barossa’s steep history is carried on by new a generation in the Barossa Valley’s bustling heart.

With tasting experiences and local produce platters on offer, the Brothers’ believe there is no better place to enjoy a tasting and local produce platter, accompanied with a heated topical family debate.

Tasting Experiences

Experience our range of award-winning wines hosted by one of our Rivalry Team (or perhaps one of the Brother’s themselves). Ranging from our Family and Friends, Premium, Single Vineyard and exclusive Icon collections, there is something for every palate.

Local Produce Platters

Stay a while longer and linger with one of our platters accompanied with a glass of your favourite wine in hand. Our platters are curated with the Brothers’ favourite Barossa Valley produce including Barossa Valley Cheese Company cheese, house-made meats (made by the Grape Grower himself) and fresh local ciabatta.

Dukkah & Olives $18



Olive Oil

House Marinated Olives

The 'Local' Platter $45

Ciabatta | Barossa Bark

Selection of 3 Local Cheeses

Selection of House Made Meats

House Marinated Olives

Zimmy's Pickle Relish

The 'Other Half' Platter $55

French Baguette 

French Lightly Salted Butter

Selection of 2 French Cheeses

Duck Mousse

French Terrine 

Traditional Saucisson


Friday and Saturdays

The Brothers offer extended opening hours on Friday and Saturday nights.

During the evenings our cellar door converts to a wine bar atmosphere; perfect for some pre-dinner drinks or knockoffs with family and friends.

The Brothers’ wine is available by the glass or bottle, as well as some of the Brothers’ favourite beverages including French Champagne by the bottle, Seven Seasons Distillers Green Ant Gin, beers from Ministry of Beer, and non-alcoholic beverages alike.