Avylon Magarey at Brothers at War

About Avylon Magarey


Avylon Magery is an accomplished artist from the picturesque Barossa Valley in South Australia. Having acquired a solid foundation in Visual Arts through her studies at the University of South Australia, her focus was primarily on the intricate realms of jewellery design and the intricate craft of printmaking. Her dedication to the world of art led her to further her academic pursuits, culminating in completing a Bachelor of Education.

Beyond her personal artistic endeavours, Avylon's heart beats for nurturing the creative spirit within young individuals. As a testament to her commitment, she assumed the role of Vice President within the Visual Arts Teachers of SA Association. In this esteemed position, she collaborated with fellow artists and played a pivotal role in fostering the artistic talents of the younger generation.

Brothers at War

Home to Brothers At War since 2021, their cellar door boasts a rich history dating back to the 1850s and the settlement of Tanunda. Nestled in the heart of the Barossa Valley, this establishment stands as a testament to the region's steeped history, now embraced by a new generation in the lively main street.

Visitors to the cellar door are welcomed with tastings and delectable produce platters. The Brothers firmly believe that there is no better place to savour the experiences they offer, all set against the backdrop of heated topical family debates. After all, what harm can a little sibling rivalry bring? According to the Brothers, a few bruises and stitches are all part of the joy of brotherhood.

The tale of Brothers At War commenced in 2013 with a tonne of grapes and a vision to craft world-class wines that showcase unique expression. They focused on using small parcels of exceptional fruit sourced from some of the Barossa's most esteemed characters. Surrounded by the legacy of Barossa winemaking pioneers, including their 'Old Man' David Wardlaw, Angus and Sam found a destiny in the winemaking industry.

From modest beginnings with a parcel of Shiraz, the Brothers began to explore winemaking in their spare time on weekends. As their endeavours expanded to include Cabernet, the Fist Fight Shiraz and I'm Always Right Cabernet Sauvignon were born.

The Brothers also welcomed 'Some Other Guys' into their journey, such as 'Grape Grower' Chris Alderton, who swiftly became a director of the business alongside Angus. Over the early years, their vision organically grew. With a team of family and friends, they continue to stake their rightful claim in the industry. All the while, they uphold a family tradition, preserving a legacy with a wealth of award-winning wines and accolades proudly under their belt.

Venue Features

  • Cellar Door

  • Food Available

  • Wheelchair Accessible

Opening Hours

Monday - 11am to 5pm

Tuesday - 11am to 5pm

Wednesday - 11am to 5pm

Thursday - 11am to 5pm

Friday - 11am to 8pm

Saturday - 11am to 6pm

Sunday - 12noon to 4pm

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