Barossa Valley

VenueDescriptionWine / DrinksFood Options

Yalumba Winery

Yalumba is Australia’s oldest family owned winery. The winery itself is more than 166 years old and its grand stone buildings, cultivated gardens, character-filled ‘wine room’ and huge selection of premium wines make for a memorable tasting. Ph: 8561 3200Large variety of reds, whites and stickiesN/A
St Hallett WinesSt Hallett offers a memorable experience for wine lovers. Whether you’re tasting their current range at the cellar door or enjoying a glass with friends under the vine covered pergola, their professional staff will ensure your visit will be memorable and rewarding. You can also enjoy the beautiful views of the vineyard surrounding lawns. Ph: 8563 7070 Variety of premium reds and whites, rose and sparkling redRegional platters, Cheese, Picnic Options
Grant Burge WinesGrant Burge Wines is nestled in the heart of the Barossa Valley and offers premium wines, great coffee and casual dining all with beautiful Barossa Valley views. Ph: 8563 7675 Large Variety of reds, whites and sparklingRegional platters
Charles Melton WinesAwarded the Barossa’s ‘Best Small Cellar Door’ in 2016 by Gourmet Traveller Wine magazine, enjoy the intimate tasting room, come and enjoy the wonderful regional food on offer, and the beautiful views. Ph: 8563 3606 Variety of reds and roseLocavore Lunch
Bethany WinesBethany Wines has built a reputation as one of Australia’s finest wine producers, underpinned by a strong sense of family tradition since the mid-1800s. They invite you to enjoy spectacular views overlooking the Barossa, taste hand-crafted wines, and immerse yourself in the place that is Bethany. Ph: 8563 2086 Champion cool climate reds, whites, and fortifiedsPicnic platters
Lambert Estate WinesDiscover Lambert Estate – a beautiful venue with stunning views, boutique wines, delicious dining, and art gallery. Enjoy a casual platter or linger over an a la carte lunch. A true sensory experience not to be missed. Restaurant dining available Friday to Sunday, 12 -3pm. Ph: 8564 2222 A range of handcrafted red and white winesRegional platters and a la carte seasonal dining
Angaston TownshipAngaston is a charming, bustling village still displaying its original English-influenced character. Here you can wander, eat lunch at a range of vibrant cafés, sample the Barossa Cheese Company, and of course taste wine at the award winning ‘Taste Eden Valley’ – a wine room showcasing 16 wine producers from the Eden Valley wine region.Riesling, Shiraz, Rose, and many moreCafés, Bakery, Cheese, Share Plates, Picnic options
Saltram WinesThis venue has it all – wines, history, and good food. Here you’ll taste the well known ‘PepperJack’ wines, and the adjoining ‘Salter’s Restaurant’ offers wood fired pizzas, share platters and affordable modern regional cuisine. Ph: 8561 0200Large variety of reds and whitesPizza, Share Plates, Modern Regional Cuisine
Penfolds WineryNo visit to the Barossa is complete without visiting Penfolds – Australia’s most famous wine. The winery aims to provide a rare insight into the engine room of Penfolds from a winemaking perspective, and allows you to taste its world-renowned Grange and other Penfolds premium wines. Ph: 8568 8408Top class reds, whites and fortifiedsN/A
Stein’s Taphouse & Wine BarFor the beer lovers there’s Stein’s Taphouse, offering a huge selection of Australian craft beers with 12 beers on tap and nearly 60 more in bottles or cans. Also has a small kitchen open all day offering American diner food such as pizzas, hot dogs, brisket rolls and chips. Ph: 8562 2899 Large range of craft beers and local winesAmerican diner style food
Kaesler Winery & SteakhouseEstablished in the 1890s, Kaesler welcomes you into a gorgeous setting of character-filled stone buildings, luxurious wine and its highly regarded steakhouse restaurant. Ph: 8562 4488 Large range of reds and whitesHighly regarded steakhouse
Rusden WinesThe home of Black Guts Shiraz. Located amongst the vines with a view over the winery to the Barossa Ranges, Vine Vale’s pioneering family owned & operated winery & vineyard draws on 7 generations of grape growing. They make traditional Barossa reds, along with old vine Zinfandel, Malbec, Chenin Blanc & Rosé, available for tasting in Cellar Door. Ph: 8563 2976Range of Quality Reds plus White and RoseN/A
Maggie BeerA visit to Maggie Beer’s Farm Shop is an absolute must. Cook, writer and founder of ‘Maggie Beer Products’, this venue offers tastings and sales of her full product range, as well as verjuice cooking demonstrations which take place at 2pm everyday. Here you’ll also find her cafe & bakery offering affordable, home-style lunch options. Ph: 8562 4477Cider, Wines by the glass or bottle, CoffeeCafé, Share Plates, Picnic options
Tanunda TownshipThe cosmopolitan heart of the Barossa and home to the Tourist Information Office, here you can experience a whole cross section of the Barossa good life here, with an ever-growing cluster of cafes, restaurants, butchers, bakeries and cellar doors providing a glimpse into the Barossa’ famous food and wine offering.Everything under the sun!Cafés, Bakery, Share Plates, Picnic options

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On this page you’ll find details on each venue we visit on our tours. We hope you’ll find this information useful for planning your
tour.

McLaren Vale

VenueDescriptionWine / DrinksFood Options

Oliver’s Taranga Winery

The Oliver family has been growing grapes on the Taranga property in the McLaren Vale region since 1841, and are regarded as one of SA’s most respected wine grape growing families. Visit the cosy cellar door for friendly service, or enjoy a glass of wine on the deck. Ph: 8323 8498Variety of reds, whites and fortifieds.N/A

Beach
Road Winery

Boasting arguably the best views of the valley, a gorgeous deck from which to admire them, and fresh woodfired pizzas (Thurs-Mon) – what’s not to love? Add some tasty Italian wine varieties and you can’t go wrong. Ph: 8323 7344Traditional and alternative reds and whitesWoodfired pizzas, share-plates
Coriole VineyardsTasting at Coriole is always a pleasure. From the cosy, atmospheric ironstone tasting room built in 1860, to the friendly service and delicious wines, this is one of the must-visit wineries in the Vale. Premium dining also available (Thurs-Mon – booking essential) showcasing regional produce at its finest. Ph: 8323 8305Traditional and alternative reds and whitesShare-plates, Modern regional cuisine

Chapel Hill Winery

With memorable wines, a 150 year old chapel turned tasting room, and regularly updated art exhibits gracing the walls, visiting Chapel Hill is nothing less than an experience of fine wine, heritage, and art. Ph: 8323 8429Large variety of reds and whites, rose and fortifiedsGreat Picnic Spot

Kay Brothers Amery Winery

A James Halliday Red 5 Star Winery, Kay Bros also boasts a stunning panoramic view of valleys and hillsides. Friendly service, quality wines, and a tasting room with bags of history makes Kay Brothers a must see. It’s also our choice for a picnic lunch where you can relax on the lawn and enjoy the epic scenery. Ph: 8323 8211Traditional and alternative reds and whitesGreat Picnic Spot
d’Arenberg WineryNo visit to McLaren Vale is complete without visiting d’Arenberg, the bold red stripe that adorns each bottle is one of Australia’s most recognisable labels. The beautiful tasting room offers superb views across rolling hills, the knowledgeable staff and diverse wine list make for an epic adventure. For a decadent lunch you can’t go past d’Arry’s Verandah Restaurant, book early to avoid disappointment. Ph: 8329 4888Huge variety of reds, whites, bubbles and fortifiedsFine Dining, Modern Regional cuisine
Alpha Box & Dice WineryDelicious wines, an eclectic tasting shed, artistic wine labels and nothing short of a cult following among young wine lovers in South Australia – AB&D truly embodies its self described “culture soaked in community, quality and a laissez-faire spirit.” Ph: 8323 7750Traditional and alternative reds and whitesN/A
Maxwell WinesBoasting impressive views best seen from the deck, a range of great wines, friendly staff and a very decent restaurant, Maxwell has it all – even a genuine hedge maze! Ph: 8323 8200Gorgeous traditional reds, meadsModern regional cuisine
Visitor Information CentreThe Visitor Centre has something for everyone, with amazing views from the deck over its very own Shiraz Vines.  The centre offers: Cellar Door, Art Gallery, Café, Playground, locally made gifts plus its very own fruit and nut orchard you can explore. Ph: 8323 9944 Reds and Whites, 20+ craft beersCafé, picnic, coffee
Angove WineryA state-of-the-art tasting facility where iconic, rare, single vineyard, organic and alternative variety wines are served from Enomatic wine serving cabinets; each wine preserved and poured in perfect condition and at perfect temperature. Beautiful food and a stunning view to match. Ph: 8323 6900Traditional and alternative reds whites and fortifieds

Share-platters, Cheese, Coffee

Hugh Hamilton Winery

Climb the steps up to this unique cellar door that has been built high to maximise its views across the valley. Taste premium wines (consistently Halliday 90+ rated), and be guided by knowledgable and passionate staff. Ph: 8323 8689Premium reds, whitesN/A
Wirra Wirra WineryThe historic stone cellars have recently been refurbished to shows off the very best of what Wirra Wirra has to offer. The newly refurbished cellar door has much to offer for the seasoned wine connoisuer or complete novice, with all Wirra Wirra wines listed (including a range of Cellar Door exclusives). Lunch is also now on offer at Harry’s Deli – a relaxing café with killer coffee and fresh produce from local providores. Ph: 8323 8689Traditional and alternative reds and whitesCafé, picnic, coffee
Leconfield & Richard Hamilton WinesLeconfield wines are based on a simple philosophy – great wines are crafted from great vineyards. Here you’ll find three of SA’s leading wine labels, Leconfield, Richard Hamilton, and Syn Sparkling Wines, which you can taste at the beautiful cellar door nestled amongst the vineyards and with magnificent views to the Willunga escarpment. Platters of local regional foods are available daily. Ph: 8323 8830 Large range of reds, whites and sparklingRegional platters
S.C. PannellLet their friendly staff guide you through the multi-award winning portfolio (including best McLaren Vale Wine 2016 and Gourmet Traveller Wine 2015 Australian Winemaker of the Year). Linger on the deck taking in the spectacular views across the Vale, and/or pair the wines with their exciting lunch menu. Ph: 8323 8000 Large range of reds, whites, and roseTapas, regional platters
Red PolesRed Poles is a restaurant, gallery and B&B. Offering gorgeous seasonal menus of local produce; extensive and delicious McLaren Vale wines to taste and order; paddles of local beers; vibrant art; and live music on Sundays from 12.30pm-3.30pm – this is a perfect stop along the trail. Ph: 8323 8994 Variety of wines, beers and spiritsShare-plates, Modern Regional Cuisine
Hardys TintaraHardys Tintara, on the main street of McLaren Vale, has been at the heart and soul of the region from the very beginning. Today, Hardys Tintara are putting some serious investment into their heritage listed site, building a place not just about tasting wine, but experiencing the rich history. Ph: 8329 4110
Large Range of reds, whites, rose and fortifiedsN/A
McLaren Vale TownshipThe cosmopolitan heart of the Vale and home to the Tourist Information Office, here you can experience a whole cross section of the McLaren Vale life here, with an ever-growing cluster of cafes, restaurants, butchers, bakeries and cellar doors providing a glimpse into the Vale’s famous food and wine offering. Everything under the sun!Cafés, Pubs, Restaurants, Cheesewrights, Picnic Spots

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Hahndorf & Adelaide Hills

VenueDescriptionWine / DrinksFood Options

Hahndorf Township

Hahndorf is Australia’s oldest surviving German settlement and is immensely popular with visitors who immerse themselves in the unique ‘village’ feel and enjoy wandering up the main street filled with German pubs, gift stores, cafés, bars, chocolate shops, cheese wrights and wine tasting rooms. Everything you could wantCafés, Pubs, Restaurants, Cheesewrights, Picnic Spots
The Lane VineyardDon’t miss The Lane! Linger over a premium lunch in the dining room or on the deck. Indulge in creative wine and food tasting experiences ranging from the basic wine range (no tasting charge) to the ‘Gathering Experience’ (5 premium wines paired with 2 canapes) or the epic ‘Gathering Indulgence’ (7 premium wines paired with 4 canapes). Be captivated by sweeping views over vines and hills. Ph: 8388 1250Variety of Reds, whites and sparklingsCheese board, Modern Regional Cuisines (2 course minimum for lunch)
Shaw & Smith WineryThe Tasting Room is open for tutored wine flights or just a glass of wine overlooking the valley. Wine flights may be served on their own ($12 pp) or with matching cheeses ($18 pp). Enjoy the wines relaxing on the terrace or in cooler months in the lounge by the fire. Bookings essential. Ph: 8398 0500Variety of premium reds and whitesN/A
Woodside TownshipWoodside is a lovely historical town with pubs, cafes, bakeries and quaint shops. Great for an easy lunch and a leisurely stroll.All kinds of drinksPub food, bakeries, cafes
Barristers Block WineryEnjoy the warm hospitality and wine tasting in their recently renovated cellar door. Dine on their tapas platters and wood fired pizzas in the 160 year old barn set in a picturesque estate with views over the Onkaparinga River. Ph: 8389 7706Variety of Reds, whites and sparklingsPizza, Share Plates, Tapas

Woodside Cheesewrights

Woodside Cheese Wrights has produced a range of high quality award winning cheeses since 1994. Woodside is true to the word artisan, crafting all the cheeses by hand. Visit their Cellar Door for cheese and produce tastings and browse through the newly opened gallery featuring local artists and exclusive giftware. Ph: 8389 7877N/ACheese, local produce
Melbas Chocolate FactoryMelba’s Chocolate Factory is a large emporium style ‘working’ tourism factory and confectionery shop located in Woodside. Visitors are encouraged to speak to the staff who have mastered the use of the heritage equipment. Cafe is also attached for rich desserts and coffee. Ph: 8389 7868Coffee, Hot ChocolateChocolate, desserts

Petaluma Winery

Here you can meet the winemakers and enjoy tastings of the Petaluma and Croser wines including limited releases, museum back vintages and cellar door exclusives. Cellar door has the most amazing view of the rolling Adelaide Hills, and the deck will beckon you to stay a while and enjoy the view with a glass of Petaluma or Croser. Ph: 8339 9300Variety of reds, whites and sparklingN/A
Bird in Hand WineryVisiting Bird in Hand winery is just the start of an extraordinary experience. Sample award winning wines from their cellar door in an alfresco setting surrounded by vineyards. Enjoy a shared style long lunch in ‘The Gallery’ restaurant on Fridays and weekends. Ph: 8389 9488Traditional and alternative reds whites and sparklingsShare plates, modern regional cuisine
Nepenthe WinesNepenthe offers fantastic sparkling, white and red wines, DIY platters and stunning views. Nepenthe’s vineyard is relaxing with a friendly atmosphere. Ph: 8398 8899Variety of sparkling, reds and whitesPlatters of cheese, meats and pastes.

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