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Cellar Door


Things to do at Hardy's Tintara

Our Cellar Door

At Hardys Tintara Cellar Door you can enjoy a range of wines that showcase the best McLaren Vale has to offer.

Hardys Tintara is a proud member of the Ultimate Winery Experiences Australia family. A hand-selected collection of Australia’s best premium wineries that offer limited, memorable wine experiences featuring personalised tours and tastings. These exclusive experiences reveal stories about the families behind the winery as well as exciting behind-the-scenes experiences, gastronomic adventures and bespoke group itineraries to explore the region.


Cross the sprawling lawn area, (home to the biggest fig tree in the Southern Hemisphere) to the Fleurieu’s newest pop up ‘CLINK @TINTARA’, proudly brought to you by Tintara Winery & McLaren Vale Hotel.


Fleurieu Arthouse

Housed on the historic Hardys Tintara site, the Fleurieu Arthouse is an exciting alchemy of creative talent with a stunning exhibition space, working artist studios, artisan retail shop and interactive workshop space.

Summer Opening Hours
Everyday from 10am - 5pm

Winter Opening Hours
Fri – Mon 11am – 4pm


Wine Viewing Platform

Explore the generations of the Hardy family who have worked and contributed to Hardys Wines over the many years with our museum display. Take a look at a few of the key pieces of winemaking equipment that have been part of the winemaking process.
Or take in the view of our open fermentation cellar, where all the premium Hardys red wines are made every year from February to May. From plungers, to basket presses, to 5 and 10 tonne fermenters, this is the heart of our working winery.


The Garden

The lovely gardens at Hardys Tintara includes a large lawn area and our most distinguished feature - the enormous Moreton Bay Fig Tree. Planted in around 1868 and listed in the National Trust Register of Significant Trees, numbered 17 out of 650. The seedling was handed to the Manager of the Mortlock Mill around 1865 by the Adelaide Botanic Gardens Director of the time, who encouraged their planting, as he considered the Moreton Bay Fig to be the Oak tree of Australia. Rumoured to be the largest Moreton Bay Fig tree in the Southern hemisphere, this tree is as much a part of Hardys Tintara as the winery itself.

McLaren Vale

Cellar Door Tree Trail

There are a number of significant trees in our region that have been recognised and have become part of the McLaren Vale Cellar Door Tree Trail. At Hardys Tintara we have 3 significant trees that are part of the tree trail. The Moreton Bay Fig (Ficus macrophylla), the Norfolk Islamd pine (Araucaria heterophylla) and the Small-leaved Moreton Bay fig (Ficus obliqua). Each tree bears a tag that shows the age and height of the tree as well as the importance of the tree in relation to climate control evidence and other biodiversity factors.

Premium Tasting

Taste 5 icon and super premium red wines that showcase our long-standing commitment to quality, backed by over 9000 medals.
$25 / 45 mins

Standard Tasting

Explore 5 wines from our range from our Heritage Reserve Range, Tintara Range or Light Wines Range.
$15 / 45 mins

A Sensory Experience

Tasting in the Dark

Have you ever wondered how the senses work together to influence what you taste? Have you ever wondered what happens when we remove the sense of sight? And how does this influence the wine experience?

If these walls could talk

Hidden Secrets Tour

Discover the rich history of Thomas Hardy and his wine empire with an intimate, guided tour through the historic Hardys Tintara property and taste five of our best wines matched with a local tasting plate.

Group tastings

Enjoy and explore a selection of 5 Hardys Wines with a group of 10 - 20 friends hosted in our Winery Viewing Platform.


Gift Vouchers

Give the gift of experience at Hardys with a gift voucher

A sensory experience

Tasting in the dark

Have you ever wondered how the senses work together to influence what you taste? Have you ever wondered what happens when we remove the sense of sight? And how does this influence the wine experience?

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Tasting in the dark


In the spirit of reconciliation, Hardys Wines acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of country throughout Australia and their connections to land, sea and community. We pay our respect to their Elders past and present and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples today.