Munari Wines Cellar Door

Tickets Heathcote

Hours: Monday - Sunday 11am - 5pm

Step back in time and immerse yourself in the history of the property and the newly renovated Cellar Door which was originally the stables for the property and is situated alongside the original homestead, built in the 1860’s. When you enter the Cellar Door there is a nostalgia that makes you feel right at home. Explore the curiosities and historic wine cellar as you taste through the full wine range (time permitting). When you visit Munari Wines you will understand why the ‘Friends of Munari’ make this their destination venue every time they visit Heathcote.
Munari Wines boasts a full range of wines to taste including Prosecco, Vermentino, Grenache Rosé, Cabernet and red blends & Dessert wines as well as the world famous ‘Heathcote Shiraz’. You’ll have the opportunity to taste the 94-point rated flagship ‘Ladys Pass’ Shiraz and understand how our wines demonstrate ‘terroir in full flight’ as acclaimed Wine Writer Campbell Mattinson once said.
You may also like to purchase a glass or bottle of wine and enjoy it on the lawns surrounded by lush vines. We have picnic tables and umbrellas and are child and dog friendly.


Enjoy Heathcote’s best kept secret when you visit the cellar door at Munari Wines situated just 7 minutes north of Heathcote. Step inside the historic, beautifully renovated stables and enjoy a full range of wines. Established in 1992, Adrian & Deborah Munari made the tree change from school teaching to grape growing and never looked back. Originally producing a Shiraz & a red blend (now known as the Schoolhouse Red) the portfolio has increased to include all styles of wine including sparkling, white, red and dessert wines. The vineyards are irrigated from our own dams and include the infamous Heathcote Shiraz, Cabernet Sauvignon & the newly grafted Italian grape, Sangiovese. Vermentino & Grenache grapes are sourced from nearby vineyards to complete the range and all wines are made in the winery onsite which was once the shearing shed for the working sheep farm that is now Munari Wines. The Cellar Door is open Friday – Sunday but a tasting can be arranged for another day if you call ahead.

1129 Northern Highway Ladys Pass 3523 victoria Australia


Travel north out of Heathcote and turn right at the fork in the road at the end of town onto the Northern Highway. continue approximately 10km and look for the sign Munari 400m on left. After Schoolhouse Lane on the left you will turn left at the stonewall into Munari Wines.

Arriving from the South you will turn onto the Northern Highway or pass the intersection to colbinabin. After 800 meters you will find Munari Wines on the left.

Victoria has seen the easing of the declared State of Emergency due to Covid19 allowing visitors to our region and cellar door.

Although there are easing of restrictions we still need to abide by strict regulations around the safety of our staff and visitors.

We need your help to ensure we can remain open so please:
(1) Stay home and call to cancel your booking if
- you are feeling unwell or have the following symptoms fever cough sore throat or shortness of breath and
- have had a COVID-19 test and are waiting on a result or come into contact with someone with a positive COVID19 test
(2) To manage the restrict number of guests per cellar door please advise India on 0401650817 if:
a. you are unable to make your booking
b. you would like to increase the number of guests joining you for the tasting
c. you would like to bring pets or children with you to our cellar door
(3) register your visit to our cellar door by completing QR Code sign in when you arrive to our cellar door
(4) follow instructions from staff and notices at the cellar door to ensure social distancing
(5) maintain hygiene practices at the cellar door and make use of hand sanitizer provided and upon entry
(6) respect other visitors and staff and
(7) please be patient with our staff as we learn these new procedures and maintain a safe environment for all.
(8) enter with a mask and wear your mask when you move around the venue. The mask should only be removed when seated for a tasting.