History of the winery
The Winery and cellar of Lou Miranda Estate has all the character of early Mediterranean architecture but was only built in 1999. Beginning with the mushroom shade of the exterior to the fine bluestone detail of the tower. The colour of the building was matched as closely as possible to the neighboring Lutheran Church. The interior detail gives an impression of space and warmth. This is emphasized by the mosaic dog guarding the entrance, wooden floors, unique decorative steel work, Jeroboam light fittings and the recycled wooden beams in the main section of the building.
Maximum use of natural light is a feature from the large windows in the entrance to the leadlights in the tower, skylights over the restaurant and the beautiful filtered light that comes in from the barrel cellar by the bar.