You have free articles remaining this month.
Subscribe now for 50c a week. Subscribe

support Australia’s
Cellar Doors & WIN 1 of 6 VINTEC WINE CABINETs

Vintec, in conjunction with Gourmet Traveller WINE, invites you to nominate your favourite cellar door. Tell us about the best cellar door in your state for the opportunity to win one of six Vintec wine cabinets containing $300-worth of wine.


The recent spate of drought and fire resulted in decreased tourism across our wine regions; now, the coronavirus pandemic has temporarily put a stop to it. Many of our treasured cellar doors have been having a tough time lately. The best way we can support them is by buying their wines and planning a visit.

In this year's Best Cellar Door Awards, we celebrate many of the top cellar doors we’d encourage you to visit in each region as voted by GT WINE judges. But, there are many more. We want to know which cellar door in your home state you would like to recommend.


The 35-bottle Vintec wine cabinet is designed to maintain a stable temperature to keep your wine in perfect cellaring conditions and features adjustable wooden shelves, digital temperature display and triple glazed doors with anti-UV glass.



➼ Nominate your favourite cellar door in your state and tell us in 25 words or less what you love about it.

➼ The cellar door that gets the most votes in each state (NSW, Vic, Qld, Tas, WA & SA) will receive one of six Readers’ Choice Award certificates and be recognised in the June/July issue of GT WINE.

➼ The reader who gives the best and most creative reason for the most-voted for cellar door in their state to win will receive a 35-bottle, freestanding Vintec Wine cabinet valued at $999 containing $300-worth of wine from the cellar door they have nominated. 


Terms and conditions: For full terms & conditions visit Entry is open to residents of Australia except residents of Northern Territory. Entrants must be 18 years and over. The promotion commences 12,00am AEDT 30/3/20 and closes oat 11.59pm on 24/4/20. For privacy notice visit