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FIRST LOOK: Bird in Hand reopens Woodside Estate Cellar Door after major renovations

Bird in Hand winery’s Woodside estate has now reopened its hospitality offering & cellar door as they celebrate 25 years of making artisan wine with global appeal.

Bird in Hand winery’s Woodside estate has now reopened its hospitality offering & cellar door.

Founded in 1997, the brand celebrates 25 years of making artisan wine with global appeal. The Woodside estate closed its cellar door and restaurant for renovations in 2020, since then, stage one of the build is complete with a new private tasting room, terraced gardens, and art inclusions.

Bird in Hand is a family-owned winery that champions social inclusion and advocacy through artisan wine.

They believe in the aspirational side of winemaking – the ability to be boundlessly creative while relentlessly pursuing excellence.

Their commitment to embodying environmental practices and sustainability never ceases, creating proudly on Peramangk, Paredarerme & Ngarrindjeri land.

The cellar door will offer rare back vintage wines exclusively available onsite and food offerings that champion native ingredients as well as produce from the onsite kitchen garden.

Bird in Hand Founder Andrew Nugent said It is wonderful to welcome guests back to Bird in Hand and a delight for our team of artisan winemakers and hospitality professionals to showcase South Australian wine, food, art, and culture,”.

“We are so grateful to live and work in the beautiful Adelaide Hills and appreciate the responsibility to nurture the pristine land we farm and to promote our community to a discerning local, national and global audience,”.

Bookings are recommended and walk-ins are welcome from February 24th, for more information click here for more.

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