Rathdowne Cellars
Sherries, Ports and Madeiras
Retail store Retail store Sara Bosch

348 Rathdowne St
North Carlton, VIC 3054

Opening Hours:
Mon, Tue, Wed: 10am - 7pm
Thu, Fri, Sat: 10am - 9pm
Sunday: 11am - 7pm

03 9349 3366

Australia's leading stockist of Sherry from Spain

Rathdowne Cellars claims to be Australia's leading stockist of Sherry from Spain. They have a large range of other items from the Iberian Perninsula, and they normally carry over 60 different Sherries, Ports and Madeiras.

They also conduct various events based around these styles, including tastings, masterclasses and dinners. Their trained staff offer tastings of many of the popular styles before making your purchase.


Iberian Feature Product

Sherry Styles
We stock the complete range of Spanish Sherry styles, from the driest, finest Manzanilla and Fino, through the richer Amontillado and Oloroso, to the luscious Moscatel and Pedro Ximenez. This includes many rare individual vineyard and Almacenista wines from the bodegas of Lustau, Hidalgo, Romate and Valdespino. For more information about Sherry, come in and chat to their knowledgeable staff.

The fortified wines from the island of Madeira are indeed unique and are a far cry from the similarly named styles made in Australia. We have a large selection ranging from the basic 5 year old styles of Vinhos Barbeito to the 10 and 15 year old ranges from Henriques & Henriques.

Genuine Port

On our shelves, we have a selection of genuine Ports from famous Portuguese producers such as Niepoort, Fonseca and Quinta do Noval, including Vintage Character, Late Bottled Vintage and of course Vintage.

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