The Barossa Cellar is a regional wine museum in the heart of the Barossa. It is the only facility of its kind in Australia, and is one of just a handful of regional wine museums worldwide.
The Barossa Cellar is owned and operated by Barons of Barossa on behalf of the Barossa community. Allister, Cameron and Jules are Barons and Neil was also a Baron.
The Barossa Cellar’s vineyard was planted in July 2020.
There are just over 2,000 vines in this extraordinary vineyard, each one sourced from one of 35 of the Barossa’s oldest and most iconic Shiraz vineyards.
Command is row number 25, with 56 vines planted. You can donate a vine and be part of this unique community project. There are 43 vines remaining available for purchase in the Command row.
Every vine donor will be allocated an individual vine in the vineyard. Vine donors will be acknowledged on The Barossa Cellar website and receive a personalised certificate which identifies their vine. They will also have first option to buy the limited release wine produced from this vineyard.