Pike & Joyce - Adelaide Hills Winery & Cellar Door

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Open 7 Days
11am - 4pm
730 Mawson Road, Lenswood  SA  5244

We've got you covered in our Garden area now undercover, 
whatever the weather, we'll be here - "On Top of the Hill"  

This week's fresh, exciting menu 
     Thurs 20th, Fri 21st, 
       Sat 22nd & Sun 23rd July


Mon, Tues & Wed
Shared Platters & Cheese Plates 11am-4pm
Thurs, Fri, Sat & Sun
Al la Carte Menu available   12-3pm


Phone: 08 8389 8102
Mobile: 0407 892 227


Peter Bentley
Mobile: 0410 952 717
Email: peter@pikeswines.com.au

Welcome to Pike & Joyce Wines, Adelaide Hills

Perched 593m above sea level, the Pike & Joyce Cellar Door is located in the heart of the majestic Adelaide Hills at Lenswood. 

Overlooking our estate vineyard, it’s the perfect place to showcase our range of cool climate, crisp delicate wines including Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Gris, Chardonnay, Gruner Veltliner, Rose and Pinot Noir.

Join us for a wine tasting, enjoy our Art exhibition or settle in for a delicious lunch or regional platter whilst taking in the panoramic 180 degree views of the Adelaide Hills.  

Click here to take a tour of our Cellar Door, see you soon!

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News & Reviews

Gary Walsh - Winefront


Adelaide Hills does what you might call 'silky Chardonnay' exceedingly well. White peach, green melon, lime, struck match, vanilla, cashew. Medium bodied, smooth and silky, with just the right amount of white peachy fruit, green olive savoury and spiced oak, fine acidity, light flinty texture and a cool lime-laced finish of super length - 94 points.

Winewise Championships 


The aromas are slightly funky and nutty, supporting varietal white peach. The impressive palate is long and creamy. ($318.00 for 6 bottles) ★★★★☆

Pink Goes Gold

Our “Methode Cuve” Pinot Noir Rose NV did very well at the recent Adelaide Hills Wine show winning a Gold Medal in the sparkling class. It was one of only 3 golds awarded to the 45 wines entered. Sadly, we were pipped at the post for the trophy on the day, but we were really pleased with the result and judge’s comments. The 2010 “Methode Traditionelle” was no slouch either winning a very creditable Bronze in the same class. Always nice to get a little bling.

IWC Silvers

We also have done quite well in Tranche #1 of the 2017 International Wine Challenge winning Silver medals for the “Methode Cuve” Pinot Rose Sparkling as well as for our 2016 “Separe” Gruner Veltliner. The 2016 “Separe” has just been released at our cellar door, so don’t forget to try it when you are there next. This wine was officially classified as “bloody delicious” by a group particularly vinous bods we know and is the perfect drink while we are still in summer mode.

Ripper Reserve Releases

It’s been a while since the last release, so we are thrilled to be releasing two reserve wines this autumn. Coming soon is the next version of our “W.J.J.” Reserve Pinot Noir from the 2015 vintage and for the first time a Reserve Chardonnay – “The Kay” also from the 2015 vintage. We consider both wines to be super quality and are certain that they will be well received. These wines can only be purchased at our cellar door and restaurant at the vineyard. The production on these is very small, so our advice is to get in early – only 200 x 6p of each wine were made. You have been warned.

Tony Love's Top 100 Wines for 2016


While a lot of trade will be done in the P&J bargin 'Rapide" pinot at $20, a smart, fresh and youthful style, step on up to this all-lenswood marque which has plenty of the variety's distinctive bush and forest herbal notes - thyme, rosemary, eucalypt - and a blacker fruit profile with more solid weight and structure, more intensity and greater platae drive. Lots going for it and worth a drive to the spectacular cellar door location.

Paul Ippolito’s Five Minute Wine Rush


Classy luscious fruit, the creaminess and light tangyness of the meld of pears, orange blossom, spicy apple, musk and lychee works a cracker. Great aromatics, good structure to boot, together it works a treat on the aromas front and in the palate delivery of a lingering long delicious moreish set of classic varietal flavours. Stand alone drinking but pairs well with say Spanish cuisine, thinking a seafood paella. 13% alcohol, drinking very nicely now. About $25. All boxes ticked for me.