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A superbly located cellar door (dating back to 1860) is the only outlet (other than mail order) for the wines from this excellent vineyard owned by the Haese family; the shiraz was planted in 1887. Most of the grapes from the 31ha vineyard are sold to others.

Cellar Door: Opening Hours 7 days 11-3

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Burge Family Winemakers, with Rick Burge at the helm (not to be confused with Grant Burge, although the families are related), has established itself as an icon producer of exceptionally rich, lush and concentrated Barossa red wines. 2013 marked 85 years of continuous winemaking by three generations of the family.

Cellar Door Mon: 10:00am till 5:00pm Fri: 10:00am till 5:00pm Sat: 10:00am till 5:00pm Open occasional Sundays on Public Holiday weekends and Vintage Festival

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These wines are of very good quality, thanks to the sophisticated use of good oak in tandem with high quality grapes. Cimicky Wines is perhaps the Barossa’s best kept secret, their wines are consistent winners of the regions trophies... Charles and Jennie Cimicky produce only top quality red wine, and warmly invite you to sample these at the Cellar Door.

Opening times vary. You are most welcome to call Cellar Door on 08 8524 4025 and they will gladly assist with Wine tasting and sales if they are available. .

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 A wide range of table wines (vintages going back a decade or more), grape liqueurs, ports, grape nectar products are on sale. A variety of tours are available. Barossa Chateau sits in one of Australia’s most important rose garden, of international significance. Combined with Lyndoch hill, the overall estate covers an impressive 25 acres, and boasts over 22 acres of dedicated rose garden with 5kms of pathway.

The Chateau Café offers light refreshments and provides a lovely alternative to the usual wine menu.

The residence at Barossa chateau is available to guests for...

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Ed Schild is a Barossa Valley grapegrower who first planted a small vineyard at Rowland Flat in 1952, steadily increasing his vineyard holdings over the next 50 years to their present level. The flagship wine is made from 150-year-old shiraz vines on the Moorooroo Block.

The cellar door is in the old ANZ Bank at Lyndoch, and provides the sort of ambience that can only be found in the Barossa Valley At Cellar Door all their wines can be enjoyed in the tasting room or in the relaxed courtyard outside. Some wines on tasting cannot be purchased anywhere else plus they have...

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The first wine (an intriguing blend of shiraz, cabernet franc and viognier) was made in 2004, with a number of different Shirazs, Merlot, Cabernet Franc and Grenache. Prior to the 2007 vintage a small winery was built, and in mid-2008 the cellar door moved to the Lyndoch Hill Retreat complex, which includes a restaurant, accommodation, conference facilities and garden.

Cellar Door at Barossa Chateau This is a modestly substantial establishment providing cellar door for Creed Wines and colleagues, a tastefully presented gift store with art and a wide range of beautiful items with a...

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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.

Opening Hours 7 days 10-5 ...

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There is no other single winery brand in the New, or the Old,World with the depth and breadth of Penfolds. Retail prices range from less than $20 to $785 for Grange, which is the cornerstone, produced every year, albeit with the volume determined by the quality of the vintage, not by cash flow. There is now a range of regional wines with single varieties, and the Bin Range of wines that include both regional blends and (in some instances) varietal blends. Despite the very successful Yattarna and Reserve Bin A Chardonnays, and some impressive Rieslings, this remains a red wine producer at...

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Restaurant Cafe
Tasting snacks - cheese, deli or similar.

Tscharke wines is the vision of sixth generation vigneron Damien Tscharke. All Tscharke wines are produced from vineyards planted by the Tscharke family over the years on the three estates Gnadenfrei, Stonewell and Greenock Creek, with each wine produced retaining the terroir of their origin. The sub appellation of Marananga and Seppeltsfield gives rise to unique and concentrated wines. Famous for producing wines of great richness and longevity, the soils of the Western Ridge are the oldest in the Barossa.

Their wines, uncompromised from intervention, harness the phenomena of...

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Grapes are sourced from the Barossa Valley (where the business has 15ha of shiraz), McLaren Vale, Clare Valley, Langhorne Creek and Padthaway. The emphasis of the wines is on sweet fruit and soft tannin structure, all signifying the precise marketing strategy of what is a very successful business.

At Two Hands Wines they offer our guests a unique Cellar Door experience through a structured but relaxed tasting with our knowledgeable and friendly team at their home. Their Cellar Door experience is focused on offering visitors an intimate, informative tasting of the wines throughout...

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Grape growing has been part of the Pfeiffer family way of life for four generations, beginning with Matt and Josh’s great grandfather, Albert Heinrich Pfeiffer, who owned a vineyard in the Riverland region of South Australia. Albert would spend many hours in the vines with his son Hubert, working the vineyard in bare feet with his faithful Clydesdale, Bloss, before harvesting the grapes and selling them to local producers.

More than 80 years on, Josh’s father, Martin continued the tradition at Whistler Wines by planting 5 hectares of Shiraz  in 1994. In 1997, Martins brother, Chris...

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Heritage Wines was established in 1984 and is located at Marananga, in the Barossa Valley, South Australia surrounded by 20 acres of estate grown vines, carefully nurtured by owner/winemaker Steve Hoff and his wife Christine. A true advocate of the Barossa, Steve is committed to producing exceptional quality varietal wines with emphasis on regional fruit characteristics & unique big-hearted Barossa styles.Fruit is sourced from the 20 acres of estate vineyard at Marananga, along with grapes purchased from premium vineyards in carefully selected sites within the Barossa Valley. Key...

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The brothers in question (brothers of famed chef and author Maggie Beer) are Colin and Bruce, the latter of whom became a partner in the grapegrowing business in 1987. Ten years later they decided to venture into winemaking, using the team at Yalumba (to whom they sell the lions share of the grape production); after selling some of the 40-year-old Barossa shiraz to Rockford for inclusion in the Basket Press Red, they persuaded Dave Powell to make Old Vine Barossa Shiraz.

An institution in any Barossa household, the cellar is where you will find all of the latest release vintages...

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Wine tastings and sales

There is no other single winery brand in the New, or the Old,World with the depth and breadth of Penfolds. Retail prices range from less than $20 to $785 for Grange, which is the cornerstone, produced every year, albeit with the volume determined by the quality of the vintage, not by cash flow. There is now a range of regional wines with single varieties, and the Bin Range of wines that include both regional blends and (in some instances) varietal blends. Despite the very successful Yattarna and Reserve Bin A Chardonnays, and some impressive Rieslings, this remains a red wine producer at...

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Wine tastings and sales

With a proud and priceless legacy dating back to 1851, Seppeltsfield is Australia's iconic wine estate. Seppeltsfield is famed for the Centennial Collection - an irreplaceable and unbroken lineage of Tawny of every vintage from 1878 to current year. THey remain the only winery in the world to release a 100 year old, single vintage wine each year. The exciting release of small batch table wines, including Barossa reds crafted through the historic 1888 Gravity Cellar, has added yet another layer to the ever evolving Seppeltsfield story.

Daily Heritage Tour Join one of their wine...

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