Only a short 15 minute drive from the centre of Canberra, the Capital Wines Cellar Door and Kyeema Art Gallery is situated at 13 Gladstone Street, in the Village of Hall and is open from Thursdays through to Mondays.
At the Cellar Door visitors are welcome to taste the Capital range of wines, enjoy the Epicurean Food & Wine Experience, cheese and produce platters and view monthly art exhibitions.
The Capital Wines brand draws on the association with Canberra and life in the National Capital. The label designs are wry, irreverent and humorous takes on life in the National Capital with wine names including The Frontbencher, The Backbencher, The Senator, The Ambassador, The Foreign Minister, The Lobbyist, The Swinger, The Abstainer and The Press Gallery.
While we at Capital Wines don’t take politics and life in the National Capital too seriously, we do take the making of our wines very seriously. Capital wines has won a number of medals at wine shows and are regularly reviewed positively by Australia’s leading wine writers.
Capital Wines was established in 2008 and was purchased in early 2020 by Bill and Maria Mason and Colin and Kay Andrews.
Bill and Maria also own Kosciuszko Wines and Colin and Kay also own Jirra Wines and both of these labels are featured at the Capital Wines Cellar Door.
The majority of the fruit for Capital Wines comes from Jeir Station Vineyard situated on the Barton Highway at Jeir. Depending on the vintage, Capital Wines also sources fruit from neighbouring vineyards and wine regions.
Capital Wines Experiences
Capital Wine Tasting Experience
The Epicurean Food and Wine Experience
Produce and Cheese Platters
Maximum group tasting is for 12 people. Group bookings essential.