De Bortoli Rutherglen Estate
13-35 Drummond Street Tuileries Complex Rutherglen 3685
The landmark, historic building was originally built as cellars by Seppelt’s Wines, in 1886. It now houses the De Bortoli Rutherglen Estate Cellar Door and the Tuileries Complex. This complex boasts an a la carte restaurant, outdoor courtyard, luxury accommodation and conference facilities.
The Cellar Door offers visitors the opportunity to experience the unique personality of the Rutherglen wine region. Specializing in Italian and Mediterranean varietals, the local heroes of Durif and Muscat are also a feature of the diverse range of wines on offer.
Several tasting options are available and bookings can be made for these online.
The friendly Cellar Door team will guide you through the wine range and help you find something that suits your taste and budget.
Housed within the Cellar Door is the Aboriginal Exhibitions Art Gallery. This art gallery has a wonderful collection of indigenous artworks and artifacts that can be purchased.