Gomersal Wines

South Australia | Barossa Valley

Our Review

The 1887 establishment date has a degree of poetic licence. In 1887 Friedrich W Fromm planted the Wonganella Vineyards, following that with a winery on the edge of the Gomersal Creek in ’91; it remained in operation for 90 years, finally closing in 1983. In 2000 a group of friends ‘with strong credentials in both the making and consumption ends of the wine industry’ bought the winery and re-established the vineyard, planting 17ha of shiraz, 2.2ha of mourvèdre and 1ha of grenache. Exports to Switzerland, Iceland, Korea, Singapore and NZ. -JAMES HALLIDAY


In 1887 a boutique winery was established in the small township of Gomersal and over a century later, it is now home to Gomersal Wines. Nestled in the heart of the iconic Barossa Valley, renowned throughout the world for its rich, full-bodied Shiraz, Gomersal Wines embraces the district’s time-honoured and traditional approach to winemaking.


Shiraz, Mataro, Grenache, Cabernet Sauvignon, Riesling

Cellar Door


Wed-Mon 10-5

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Enjoy some of the region’s finest locally produced foods whilst relaxing with a glass of Gomersal wine in Cellar Door or under the sprawling verandah, overlooking the Gomersal vineyard.

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Stockist Information

Distribution Information

SA: Off the Vine Merchants

International Sales Information



Liquorland, First Choice, Vintage Cellars


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Winemaker Barry White
Established 1887
Dozens 10 200
Vineyards (area) 20.2 ha
Viticulturist Barry White
Opening Hours Thur–Sun 10–4
Address 203 Lyndoch Road, Gomersal, SA 5352
Telephone (08) 8563 3611
Website www.gomersalwines.com.au