A visit to Paramoor’s Cellar Door is an experience in itself – in fact, even if you’re not into wine, Paramoor is well worth a visit.
The Winery actually started life as a working Clydesdale farm and relics of its history have been seamlessly and thoughtfully incorporated into its landscape with incredible attention to detail.
Maggie, our friendly Clydesdale remains from the old days, as well as an array of horse drawn carts, ploughs and mowers. Wines share prominence with an old blacksmiths forge in a vast tasting room adapted from the former stables; while antiques and many other curiosities line the walls inside, giving visitors something to talk about beyond Will’s outstanding wine.
Even the food here is authentic. The pizza’s, served on public holidays and the first and second weekend of each month are made with the freshest local ingredients, and cooked to mouth-watering perfection in a traditional, locally made wood oven.
With regular functions and events held on site, Paramoor has cultivated a real community feel. Tourists and locals alike regularly converge under the old veranda, sampling the produce and watching the serene vistas change in the afternoon light.
This is an obvious labour of love…
Paramoor, like the wines it is renowned for, is so much more than just the sum of its parts.