Saltram Wine Estate

No history of the Australian wine industry is complete without the mention of Saltram Wine Estates. One of the founding wineries of the Barossa Valley, Saltram offers a rich history, steeped in the region’s winemaking tradition.

Construction of the historic property commenced in 1844, when the elegant Mamre Brook House homestead was built for Saltram’s founder, William Salter, followed by the Winery’s iconic cellar door, built in 1859.

Saltram’s first vintage, in 1862, was appropriately named Saltram No.1 and continues today as Saltram’s flagship wine, alongside other award-winning Saltram and Pepperjack wines, including the prestigious Saltram The Journal Centenarian, one the very rare Barossa wines sourced from vines that are more than 100 years old and Pepperjack Shiraz, Australia’s bestselling red wine.

Since foundation, Saltram has had just ten Chief Winemakers and has been the nursery to some of Australia’s great winemakers including Bryan Dolan, Fred Ludlow, Peter Lehmann, Nigel Dolan and Shauvagn Wells. Today, Chief Winemaker, Alex MacKenzie, upholds the tradition of quality Saltram Barossa sourced wines.

An ever-popular destination, Saltram offers an unforgettable Barossa experience, with wine tastings, tours of the historic wine cellars and homestead, Salter’s Restaurant and the terrace for casual drinks.

Utilising special event spaces within the winery, homestead and gardens, Saltram is also the perfect backdrop for private dinners, events, conferences, weddings and celebrations.


435 Angaston Road


Opening Times:
10:00 - 17:00 : Open Every day
25 December 2023 : Closed
26 December 2023 : Closed

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Acknowledgement of Country —

The Barossa is located on the traditional lands of the Ngadjuri, Peramangk and Kaurna people