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Cassegrain Wines

Cellar Door

Cassegrain's Cellar Door provides a unique experience, located right in the middle of a working winery. Our Cellar Door is open from 9am to 5pm Monday to Friday and 10am to 5pm Saturdays, Sundays and Public Holidays (excluding Good Friday and Christmas Day). Drop in and enjoy the Cassegrain experience.

"Great Vineyard and Cafe"- 5/5 Reviewed by Fay and Reville : Best winery tour and tasting we have ever done! Thank you to Jenni and the young man (Mat) who did our tasting. Lunch was just beautiful in the cafe!  

"Fantastic Vineyard - Lovely Staff" 5/5 Reviewed by Ryan Willmott  :  Dropped in to Cassegrain for our recent holiday to Port Macquarie, the two ladies were so helpful and had so much info on the business and the local area. it was a great tasting and we learnt so much and loved having a chat.  Walked out with a few bottles to cellar away!  Also a fantastic restaurant that we didnt get to try, however a lot of happy people from what we could see.  This is a must !!!  

Tastings and Sales

Visitors are invited to browse, taste and purchase our full range of wines at Cellar Door.

Open from 9:00am to 5:00pm week days, and from 10:00am to 5:00pm on weekends (closed on Christmas Day and Good Friday). 

 


Winery Tours

Visitors are invited to join tours of the winery, which operate regularly from our Cellar Door. 

Those interested in a winery tour, please contact staff at Cellar Door, or make a booking by calling our Cellar Door staff on 02 65 828324.


Local Produce

We also stock a range of gourmet produce and crafts from local producers including cheeses (Comboyne Culture and Binnorie Dairy), macadamia nuts and oils (Lorne Valley), honey (Beekeeper, Kempsey), and a wide range of relishes, chutneys, and the ever popular drunken caramelised onions from East Coast Gourmet. There is something for every taste, from dukkha and pesto, to wasabi mayonnaise. 

We also offer some products from local artists, including goat milk soap and a range of hand-made wine-related craft goods.