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The winery has been built into the hillside and reflects the natural shape of the terrain. .. Their ultimate aim is to let the grapes speak for themselves. It’s an approach to single vineyard winemaking that you can taste in every bottle of Lambert Estate Winemakers Kirk and Vanesa carefully craft our wine range. By matching vines to subtle soil and climate differences, and by carefully monitoring watering, our wines fully express the potential in our estate-grown grapes. It’s an approach that blends traditional winemaking with modern techniques.

Whether you’re thinking of food,...

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There is no doubt that Saltram has taken strides towards regaining the reputation it held 30 or so years ago. Grape sourcing has come back to the Barossa Valley for the flagship wines. The red wines, in particular, have enjoyed great show success over the past decade, with No. 1 Shiraz and Mamre Brook leading the charge

At Saltram, you will collect experiences to last a lifetime, with the legendary Mamre Brook House on the premises, the opportunity to enjoy modern regional cuisine from our Restaurant - Salter's Kitchen, a casual drink, or a tasting of some of the most proclaimed...

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The 120ha property has been planted to cabernet sauvignon (the lions share, with 13ha), riesling (9.25ha), shiraz (6ha) and smaller plantings of merlot, cabernet franc and viognier. The majority of the production is contracted to Yalumba, St Hallett and McGuigan Simeon, with 10% of the best grapes held back for the Eden Hall label. From their historic Avon Brae property set in the rugged beauty of the Eden Valley, David and Mardi Hall select only the best parcels of fruit to be made into wine under the Eden Hall label. The cool climate, ancient soils and the long ripening period provide...

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In all four vineyards careful soil mapping has resulted in matching of variety and site, with all of the major varieties represented. The quality of grapes retained for the Thorn-Clarke label has resulted in a succession of trophy and gold medal winning wines at very competitive prices.

What better way to experience Thorn-Clarke Wines than to visit their Cellar Door. With a view over the Little Para River to their vineyards, they offer our Sandpiper and Shotfire wines for tasting.

Their tasting room and direct sales are open Monday through Friday 9am to 5pm and Saturdays 11am...

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The Martin family, headed by Fernando and Jeanette, purchased the old Dorrien winery from the Seppelt family in 1984, officially opening it as Chateau Dorrien on 13 January 1985. In 1990 the family purchased Twin Valley Estate and moved the winemaking operations of Chateau Dorrien to the Twin Valley site. All off the Chateau Dorrien group wines are sold at Chateau Dorrien winery building in the heart of the Barossa Valley.

 if you are a fun loving person they invite you for a FREE wine tasting at their Cellar Door. Atmosphere is informal and relaxed with seating provision at the...

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In 1887 a boutique winery was established in the small township of Gomersal and over a century later, it is now home to Gomersal Wines. Nestled in the heart of the iconic Barossa Valley, renowned throughout the world for its rich, full-bodied Shiraz, Gomersal Wines embraces the district’s time-honoured and traditional approach to winemaking. This results in wines of exquisite character and intensity, which colourfully reflect the region and surrounding environment.

Complemented by its picturesque cellar door, scenic vineyards, and charming customer service – Gomersal Wines offers an...

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They strongly believe all good wines begin in the vineyard. A good bottle of wine grows from the ground up. Pindarie today is a sustainable blend of sheep, cropping and vines.A winner of multiple tourism awards, cellar door is the home of Pindarie’s western ridge wines, with a genuine paddock to plate experience. Wine tastings of the full range of estate grown wines is complemented by the 360-degree view of Pindarie’s vineyards from where the wines are originally sourced. It is a place to relax and enjoy seasonal lunches of local produce while watching children play and explore the working...

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The Kalleske farm and vineyards were established in 1853 at Moppa, a small sub-district of Greenock in the North-Western Barossa Valley. The oldest vines on the property today are more than a century old, dating back to 1875. The 120 acre vineyard is a diverse mix of varieties with Shiraz and Grenache predominating followed by smaller plantings of Mataro, Cabernet Sauvignon, Petit Verdot, Durif, Tempranillo, Zinfandel, Chenin Blanc, Viognier and Semillon. The Moppa/Greenock sub-region of the Barossa is regarded as one of the finest districts for high quality wine, especially Shiraz and...

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Ballycroft was originally the name of the cheesery run by sisters Sue Evans and Tracey Skepper. Waste water was utilised to irrigate the young vines and whey used as fertilizer. Unfortunately the cheesery ceased operating in 2011 but the distinctive logo still graces the Small Berry wine bottles. The vineyard, planted in 1998 sits on a sloping 15 acre property in Greenock, Western Barossa Valley. In January 2016 Ballycroft Vineyard and Cellars opened their Tasting Room, once the production room for the cheese. Join Joe, the owner, winemaker, vineyard hand and cellar door manager (or Sue)...

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They aim to bridge the gap somewhat between New World and Old World practices by minimizing human intervention and taking a more holistic approach to the wine production process from the vineyard through to the bottle.The vineyards are managed using organic principles where possible and dry grown, encouraging the roots of each vine to reach for the bedrock and tell the story of the Barossa’s ancient soils – striving to express the individual place each vine grows. Their wines are, on the whole, earthy and structured to express the vibrancy of fruit for which the Barossa Valley is world...

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With over 40 years in the wine industry Rob Gibson’s hand-crafted wines reflect expert site selection from across the Barossa and a focus on producing balanced, flavourful wines. Gibson Wines is a 5 star rated winery by leading Australian wine journalist James Halliday. The Gibson range features a diverse selection of varieties and styles sourced from our own vineyards in Light Pass and Eden Valley and select growers. There is truly a wine for all occasions from fresh, crisp Eden Valley Riesling to fruit-forward, supple Adelaide Hills Pinot Gris. Led by Rob’s signature...

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The Scholz family have been grapegrowers for generations and have over 40ha of vineyards, selling part of the crop. Current-generation winemakers Peter and Michael Scholz make rich, ripe, velvety wines under their own label, some marketed with some bottle age.The 100 acre Willows Vineyard ranges from deep alluvial soils, ideal for root development and the vigour of Cabernet and Semillon, to red brown loam over clay and tough sandy soils where old Shiraz vines produce premium quality fruit.

You are welcome to taste their range of wines by visiting their cellar door on the property....

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The vineyard is planted to shiraz, cabernet sauvignon, cabernet franc, merlot, mataro and semillon with blocks of old vine grenache and riesling. Their winemaking philosophy is to deliver wines that are true expressions of this land that they come from, offering complexity, finesse and refreshment. In order to achieve this they employ traditional winemaking techniques such as open top fermenters, gentle pressing, judicious fine oak and meticulous attention to detail. Their aim is to let our vineyards speak through the glass rather than ourselves.

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For many years Kellermeister has been hand selecting grapes from a rich tapestry of vineyards throughout the Barossa and Eden Valley. From the gnarly old shiraz vines that line the road that leads to their famous mudbrick cellar door, to the rows of riesling that follow the contours of the Eden Valley hillside - each vineyard has it's own unique characteristics. Their winemaking focus is on continuing to preserve Kellermeister's best wines, while introducing new wines, crafted with the intention of expressing the purity of the provenance of the Barossa and the stories behind them. Call in...

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The philosophy behind the Yaldara Wine Collection stems from its founder Hermann Thumm who first started crafting Barossa Wines in 1947 and was one of the regions first boutique winemakers. Thumm pushed the boundaries of Australian winemaking through his appetite for experimentation with wine techniques, styles and blends. Today, they embrace this approach through the crafting of balanced, structural wines that showcase the harmony of varietal integrity from the select premium South Australian wine regions of the Barossa Valley, Eden Valley, Adelaide Hills, Langhorne Creek and McLaren Vale...

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