Bendooley Estate Cellar Door

An astonishing and inspiring space, our Cellar Door is a destination in itself. Built from locally-sourced stone with pitched timber ceilings, steel beams and extensive use of glass, the structure has been architecturally engineered to become an extension of the vineyard. Centred around a magnificent and unique circular fireplace that draws on medieval craftsmanship and is a testament to local artistry, this is a space designed to inspire an international wine-tasting and epicurean journey.
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Overlooking the vines

Overlooking the vines

An astonishing and inspiring space, our Cellar Door is a destination in itself. Built from locally-sourced stone with pitched timber ceilings, steel beams and extensive use of glass, the structure has been architecturally engineered to become an extension of the vineyard.

An astonishing and inspiring space, our Cellar Door is a destination in itself. Built from locally-sourced stone with pitched timber ceilings, steel beams and extensive use of glass, the structure has been architecturally engineered to become an extension of the vineyard.

A specially commissioned artwork by John Olsen hangs in our cellar door.

A specially commissioned artwork by John Olsen hangs in our cellar door.

For a spontaneous wine-tasting experience or for wine-centred, casual dining, the bar area is designed around comfortable couches and intimate seating. There is also a picturesque courtyard situated at the vineyard’s end.

For a spontaneous wine-tasting experience or for wine-centred, casual dining, the bar area is designed around comfortable couches and intimate seating. There is also a picturesque courtyard situated at the vineyard’s end.

Spot the cabinet displaying one or two of our rarest antiquarian books whilst you taste a hand-picked range of European wines. From Abruzzo to Lombardy, from Tuscany to Sicily – join us on a wine-tasting journey unlike any other in the Highlands.

Spot the cabinet displaying one or two of our rarest antiquarian books whilst you taste a hand-picked range of European wines. From Abruzzo to Lombardy, from Tuscany to Sicily – join us on a wine-tasting journey unlike any other in the Highlands.

Consider hosting your conference or corporate event here – the facilities, infrastructure and the food and wine matching possibilities are first class. We can arrange a degustation menu or any style of dining that suits your event.

Consider hosting your conference or corporate event here – the facilities, infrastructure and the food and wine matching possibilities are first class. We can arrange a degustation menu or any style of dining that suits your event.

Consider hosting your conference or corporate event here – the facilities, infrastructure and the food and wine matching possibilities are first class. We can arrange a degustation menu or any style of dining that suits your event.

Consider hosting your conference or corporate event here – the facilities, infrastructure and the food and wine matching possibilities are first class. We can arrange a degustation menu or any style of dining that suits your event.


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Spot the cabinet displaying one or two of our rarest antiquarian books whilst you taste a hand-picked range of European wines. From Abruzzo to Lombardy, from Tuscany to Sicily – join us on a wine-tasting journey unlike any other in the Highlands.

Spot the cabinet displaying one or two of our rarest antiquarian books whilst you taste a hand-picked range of European wines. From Abruzzo to Lombardy, from Tuscany to Sicily – join us on a wine-tasting journey unlike any other in the Highlands.

For a spontaneous wine-tasting experience or for wine-centred, casual dining, the bar area is designed around comfortable couches and intimate seating. There is also a picturesque courtyard situated at the vineyard’s end.

For a spontaneous wine-tasting experience or for wine-centred, casual dining, the bar area is designed around comfortable couches and intimate seating. There is also a picturesque courtyard situated at the vineyard’s end.

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Atelier Domingue’s handcrafted steel-frame doors channel a spirit of modern elegance

This Room11 design, dubbed the Lookout House, was made in Port Arthur, Tasmania. Named for its glass facade and interior courtyard wall, the house allows for undisturbed views of Tasman Island and the Southern Ocean. While the front of the house is predominantly glass, the sides and back are clad with vertical planks of wood, …

Tasmanian Lookout House

This Room11 design, dubbed the Lookout House, was made in Port Arthur, Tasmania. Named for its glass facade and interior courtyard wall, the house allows for undisturbed views of Tasman Island and the Southern Ocean. While the front of the house is predominantly glass, the sides and back are clad with vertical planks of wood, …

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