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Greg and Libby Gallagher own and manage the family winery, Gallagher Wines at Jeir (near Murrumbateman).  

Greg, along with daughter Lauren, also act as both winemaker and consultant for over twelve other wineries in the region and neighbouring areas.

Libby is the Cheesemaker (Blessed or the cheesemakers!) and has been joined by Jansel in producing a range of cheeses and savouries to taste alongside the wines

At Gallagher Wines we look to make wines of the highest quality for genuine wine lovers to enjoy. Try them with the matching cheeses and savouries for an unforgettable experience.


2017 Riesling winning four Trophies

We have had many sucesses with a recent notabile success with the 2017 Riesling winning four Trophies in the International Riesling Challenge – including “The Best Riesling – Internationally“. The 2017 Riesling is now sold out. The newly released 2021 Riesling is available from our Cellar Door or purchase from this website.

Come out to our Cellar Door and enjoy some of the best wines of the Canberra District in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere.

Cellar Door

The Cellar Door is open for tastings and sales. We have re-furbished both inside and outdoor for a relaxed tasting experience

COVID-19 precautions need to be adhered to including hand sanitising, QR Code check-in and proff of vaccination is mandatory by NSW regulations.

Come out to our Cellar Door or contact us by phone (0412 699 830) or email if you would like to tast or purchase any of our wines.

Greg Gallagher


Greg Gallagher graduated with an Oenologist degree (Wine Science) in 1977. He worked for wineries in Sydney, Mildura, the Barossa Valley and Coonawarra both before and during his studies. After graduating, Greg worked in Rutherglen and in central Victoria, as well as short-term placements in Champagne (France) and the Napa Valley (USA). After 20 years working for larger companies, Greg and Libby decided the time was right to start their own winery.


Libby Gallagher


Libby has had an interest in cheese, and the many different types of cheeses, “…for ages!” In 2002, she accompanied Greg to Charles Sturt University for a week and spent the time with Barry Lilywhite, the Cheesemaker at the university. Barry passed a few tricks to Libby for making the best cheese, as well as sharing his knowledge about all aspects of the process of cheese making. Barry also instructed Libby on how to make Labneh, a Mediterranean style of yoghurt based cheese.


Lauren Gallagher

Assistant Winemaker

Lauren was born during Vintage in 1983 and has had a taste for the lifestyle ever since. She followed her dad to work from an early age, with a growing interest and curiosity. In 1995, she was part of the Gallagher clan who planted the vineyard and has never been far from it. The spare time she had between high school and university was spent in the vineyard and cellar doors in the local wine region, getting to know the process, the region and the people.

After 10 years in the public service, Lauren realised that her future didn’t lay in policy and procedures, but rather Pinot and pressings! Lauren had made a mark on the region with her enthusiasm, passion and sense of humour and one day, hopes take on her father’s tradecraft, and continue to build upon the foundations that he created. Her signature wine is the Sangiovese Rose - The Sinister Apprentice.




A great experience

John Ebbott (Date added:  22/03/2021)


Always a fun and interesting time here. Greg is great.




Phil (Date added:  14/10/2020)


The Tasting room is basic but the wines are all superb and served with whitt and a depth of knowledge. Members of our small group have different palates but all were impressed. I particularly enjoyed the Riesling & Chardonnay with tastings before and after sampling the Camembert. Same with the Shiraz and the Creamy Blue cheese. My wife really enjoyed the Sav Blanc and the Merlot. Needless to say we came home with a selection of cheeses and a few bottles of our preferred tipple to be enjoyed at leisure. I intend to put some of the Shiraz down for a few years to let it reach it's full potential. The wines are top class so expect to pay for them.



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