Destinations – Barossa Valley


Barossa Valley Destinations

VenueDescriptionWine / DrinksFood 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
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
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 2976. Range of Quality Reds plus White and RoseLocally sourced meats, cheese and produce platters
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. Ph: 8564 2222. A range of handcrafted red and white winesRegional platters and a la carte seasonal dining

Yalumba Winery

Yalumba is Australia’s oldest family owned winery. The winery itself is more than 170 years old and its grand stone buildings, cultivated gardens, character-fi lled ‘wine room’ and huge selection of premium wines make for a memorable tasting. Ph: 8561 3200. Large variety of reds, whites and stickiesRegional Platters
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 modern regional cuisine. Ph: 8561 0200. Large variety of reds and whitesModern Regional Cuisine
First Drop WinesBased at the ‘Home of the Brave’ in the Barossa, First Drop is making wines with flavour, texture and a splash of funk to bring you a diverse, deliciously exciting and thought provoking line up of flavours. Combined with the best tapas in Barossa, you can’t go wrong at this fantastic venue! Ph: 8562 3324. Variety of reds and whitesTapas style dishes
Penfold’s Barossa Cellar DoorNo 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 8408. Top class reds, whites and fortifiedsN/A
Barossa Distilling CompanyBarossa Distilling Company’s Tasting Room & Bar occupies the old Penfolds Distillery space. Producers of premium Gin, they also offer a range of spirits and cocktails. Try Gin tastings & masterclasses and indulge in delicious food from their ‘bites’ menu.Ph: 0418 996 310. Gin, cocktails and spiritsRegional platter
Bean Addiction Coffee RoastersCreating premium blends for coffee and tea lovers, this family owned and operated business is a unique experience. Their store & coffee house also supplies a range of coffee and tea accessories which make the perfect gift or self-indulgence. Ph: 0412 144 656. Tea and CoffeeN/A
Ember PizzaFamily friendly with a focus on local and sustainable produce, an Italian wood oven takes pride of place providing mouth-watering pizza’s and special items have been tailored just for kids. Local wines, beers and other beverages complete the offering. Ph: 0498 999 934. Wine, beer and cocktailsWoodoven pizza and shared plates
Stein’s Taphouse & Wine Bar15 taps of Aussie craft beers & 60 more in cans or bottles plus a huge range of Australian whiskies & boutique wines. A fun bar with outside decking, music, and a menu featuring a range of burgers (caters for vegetarians/vegans too). Ph: 8562 2899. Large range of craft beers and local winesAmerican diner style food
The Glacerie at Barossa Valley Ice Cream CompanyAll of our products are gluten free and our sorbets are vegan. We use traditional recipes and whole natural ingredients for our products, and about 70% of our ingredients are sourced from within South Australia. Occasionally we will be churning ice cream through the window into the kitchen. Ph:0409 200 292. N/AIce Crea,
Kaesler WineryEstablished in the 1890s, Kaesler welcomes you into a gorgeous setting of character-filled stone buildings and luxurious wine. Ph: 8562 4488. Large range of reds and whitesN/A
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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 4477. Cider, 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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