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The Perfect Setting

Centred on the original stone building of Eric Brand’s Cellar, the newly renovated Cellar Door takes you on a journey through time to explore the history of Brand’s Laira; making it the perfect setting to enjoy a guided wine tasting.

Cellar Door Offerings

Open seven days a week, the Brand’s Laira Winery and Cellar Door offers tastings of our award winning and Cellar Door exclusive premium wines. Crafted from some of the oldest vines in Australia, many of our wines taste exceptional when young, but also cellar brilliantly.

We also offer a season menu. See our menu options here

Our Cellar Door

Cellar Door Experiences

Visit us and join a wine tasting or
experience to suit your needs.

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Event Spaces

Book your next private event with us
in our newly built cellar door.

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Opening Hours

Week days

9:00am - 4:30pm


11:00am - 4:00pm

Public Holidays

Closed: Christmas Day, Boxing Day,
New Year's Day & Good Friday

Getting here


14860 Riddoch Hwy, Coonawarra SA 5263

Transport options
7 minutes from Penola, 30 seconds from Coonawarra, 4 hours from Adelaide & 5 hours from Melbourne.
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Cellar Door Events

Burgers & Beats 2020

The ever popular Burgers and Beats session is back at Brand's Laira Coonawarra! ...

Coonawarra Cabernet Celebrations 2020

We have lots going on at the Brand's Laira cellar door for the month of October, with plenty to do for everyone. ...

Sneaky Peak Event

Brand’s Laira of Coonawarra are sneaking into the warehouse and selecting a couple of bottles of the recently bottled wines to show you prior to their official release, apart from you and the wine show circuit, no one else has seen these wines...

What’s in the bottle?

LUCKY DIP -  This weekend we will pop into the Wine Library and dust off a magnum each day. Most are unlabeled with little more than a small code written in white texta, lets see if you can work out what is in the bottle?...