Ten Miles East

Fine wines from the Adelaide Hills

Using estate-grown fruit, owners and winemakers James and Taiita Champniss handcraft very limited batches of unique and incredibly fine wine.

TEN MILES EAST CELLAR DOOR

16C Debneys Road, Norton Summit SA 5138 SAT & SUN 12am - 5PM

The Ten Miles East name is based on it's location - only ten miles east from the Adelaide Central Post Office. So, it's only a 20 minute drive from Adelaide and on the fringe of our wine region. 

Guests who visit our Cellar Door are welcome to enjoy a structured tasting of our wine with our Cellar Door Team. Otherwise, grab yourself a glass, sit back, relax and enjoy the view! 

How to get here

Head for the Adelaide Hills via Magill Road which will turn into Old Norton Summit Road. Follow for 5kms until you reach Norton Summit. The Scenic Hotel will be on your right - they serve the best schnitzels in town (the eggplant parmigiana version is Taiita’s pick).

Turn right onto Lobethal Road and then immediately turn right onto Debneys Road. Follow Debneys Road for about 150m until you see our Ten Miles East sign on the right.. We are at the end of the shared driveway, through the white gates. Head down past the dam until you reach the cellar door. 

While you’re in the area, make a day of it and pop up the hill to our friends at Ashton Hills Vineyard, Summertown Aristologist, Lost in a Forest, and CRFT Wines. Luckily we also have The Scenic Hotel within strolling distance - they serve the best schnitzels in Adelaide (the eggplant parmigiana version is our go-to during vintage for meat-free days).


BOOKINGS


Walk-ins are welcome at Ten Miles East! However, as our Cellar Door is small and if you have a bigger group of friends and family, we do recommend that you contact us in advance so we can have your space ready before you arrive. Please fill out this booking form below and we will be in contact with you as soon as possible.

Please Note: We do not take bookings for 18th Birthdays, Hens or Bucks shows, or licensed buses. 

 

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