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Tuesday 20 September 2022

Multi-million dollar cellar door expansion in the Clare Valley

South Australian winery Taylors has revealed an ambitious multi-million dollar project to construct a new cellar door at its Clare Valley estate - with preparations underway for a planned April 2023 opening.

Family-owned Taylors has announced a team of designers and builders for the project and released the image above.

The Clare Valley brand will relocate its cellar door offering to a new building adjacent to the original homestead on the grassy lawns of the property. The current cellar door has been largely unchanged since the winery was founded in 1969.

Taylors has called upon South Australia-based experts GP Architects, Cook Building and Georgie Shepherd Interior Design for what will be the first major upgrade in over 50 years.

"The Clare Valley has quickly become a feature region for travellers looking to immerse themselves in gourmet food and wine experiences," says third-generation Taylors Wines managing director Mitchell Taylor.

"Producers in the area have stepped up to deliver world-class facilities to meet that demand.

"Our cellar door is a fantastic place to showcase our world-renowned wines, but we have plenty of room to grow, and this exciting next step will mean that yet more guests can experience the Clare Valley and our award-winning wines.

"The build and interiors team we've assembled has done an incredible job at capturing what we want guests to experience when they visit Taylors Wines."

GP Architects has also worked on the Watervale Hotel, Pikes Wines and Slate Visitor Centre, and Pikes Beer Company Micro Brewery.

"This is an exciting project which will breathe new life into an already beautiful existing space on the Taylors property - it's something we are passionate about working on," said Kristina Soggee, senior project architect from GP Architects.

"We have spent a great deal of time working with the cellar door team at Taylors to get a deep understanding of how they would like to use the space, enhance their cellar door offering, and function as a tourist site to create a unique build that compliments the existing heritage homestead on site."


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