Cellar Door


Our Cellar Door

We are open 10am – 4pm, Thursday through Monday, and all public holidays except Christmas Day. We'll be ensuring a safe environment at all times, and we do recommend you call ahead to make a booking for a tasting experience.

Phone: 0415 991 078 
Email: wine@collectorwines.com.au
We are at 7 Murray St, Collector, NSW 2581

(For enquiries for the cafe, please call Some Cafe on 0435 796 726.)

Make a Booking

To make a booking, click here.

Sit down in for a tasting experience in the old Collector Inn and be guided through our range of fine wines.

We'll be ensuring a safe environment at all times. Bookings are restricted to a maximum of four people inside our charming, but small, c1829 Cellar Door. If you have a larger party, consider staggering your bookings so that some taste through the wines while others have a coffee or lunch next door at Some Cafe.

If you're unable to select a time slot, we already have accepted booking/s for that time. Please select another time. Once you've made your booking, you'll receive a confirmation email.

If you've any questions, don't hesitate to call the Cellar Door on 0415 991 078.

Visit the Cellar Door

While a visit to our vineyards and winery is by private appointment only, we welcome all to our Cellar Door in the centre of Collector township. Located in the Old Collector Inn, built around 1829, you can enjoy a tasting by the fire in winter or wander the kitchen garden in summer. Take home some handmade pottery by Kate McKay Ceramics, and finish with lunch or a cheese and wine platter at Some Cafe next door. Arrive by Marked Tree Rd for breathtaking views of Lake George.

We have small quantities of exclusive wines available at the cellar door, including museum releases of our age-worthy Tiger Tiger Chardonnay and Marked Tree Red Shiraz.

Visit Collector

Historic Collector is 40 minutes’ drive from Canberra and two and a half hours from Sydney. The town is home to a café, our cellar door, a fresh produce and local goods market, art gallery and pub. Further afield, the region is full of experiences to explore, including the wineries of the Lake George District.