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The Wolf Blass wines are made at all price points, ranging through Red, Yellow, Gold, Brown, Grey, Black, White and Platinum labels, at one price point or another covering every one of the main varietals. The pre-eminent quality of the red wines over the white wines has reasserted itself, but without in any way diminishing the attraction the latter have.

Purpose built to host a private dinner, a grand banquet, a romantic wedding or a full-day business meeting, the Wolf Blass Function Centre provides the ultimate in regional hospitality. They pride ourselves on providing a...

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Awarded 5 Star Winery James Halliday Australian Wine Companion 2009 to 2016, Top Ten Best New Wineries 2009. Cellar Circle Excellence Award "Best Cellar Door 2015" Best Small Cellar Door / Barossa Valley - Gourmet Traveller 2013 Best Tasting Experience Gourmet Traveller 2014.

The Yelland and Papps story perhaps doesn’t fit in with the usual line spun by wineries in the Barossa - six generations of this, five generations of that. It is a story about new beginnings, a story about a young couple, with a young family, forging their own path within a wine region as first generation...

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The Kaesler family were pioneers who settled in the Barossa Valley in the 1840s. In 1891 they bought a parcel of land and in 1893 planted their first vines. Today, Kaesler Wines are made from these ancient, dry grown vineyards by the third owners of this magnificent property. We welcome you to our Barossa Valley Winery and Cellar Door; home of The Old Bastard, Alte Reben Shiraz, The Bogan and our other estate grown premium wines. Kaesler also offers casual dining at our restaurant, Kaesler Kitchen and B&B accommodation.

Located in the heart of our Kaesler estate vineyards and...

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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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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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Jacobs Creek is one of the largest-selling brands in the world, and the global success of the base range has had the perverse effect of prejudicing many critics and wine writers who fail (so it seems) to objectively look behind the label and taste what is in fact in the glass. Jacobs Creek has multiple ranges, and all the wines have a connection, direct or indirect, with Johann Gramp, who built his tiny stone winery on the banks of the creek in 1847. The ranges include Heritage (Johann Shiraz Cabernet, Steingarten Riesling, Reeves Point Chardonnay and Centenary Hill Barossa Shiraz); then...

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The Jenke family have been growing grapes in the southern Barossa continuously since their arrival from Germany in 1854. Today the fifth and sixth generations farm almost 50ha of prime Barossa vineyards, with sixth-generation Kym Jenke making all wines onsite. The vineyards have an average age of 40 years, with the oldest shiraz dating back to 1926. A rejuvenation of new plantings in the early 90s has strengthened the varietal mix of traditional with new varieties. The cellar door is located in the original settlers cottage built in 1844. Opening Hours 7 days 11 - 5

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Liebichwein is a small family owned winery tucked in the southern ranges of South Australia’s famed Barossa Valley. A quintessential Barossa cellar door experience to surprise and delight visitors. The Liebich family have been grape growers and winemakers in the Barossa Valley since 1919. Janet and Ron Liebich established their own winery in 1992. Great pride is taken in every aspect of production from choosing which grapes are planted to bottling aged fortified blends that Ron has expertly blended.

Over the years, Ron has built up a reputation for bold fruit-driven red wines and is...

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Lou Miranda Estate is a family owned boutique winery based in the Barossa Valley, South Australia. Lou, his wife Val and their daughters Lisa and Victoria produce premium quality wines under the Leone and Lou Miranda Estate brands using fruit from their own Barossa Valley vineyards.The jewels in the crown of the estate plantings are 0.5ha of mourvedre planted in 1897 and 1.5ha of shiraz planted in 1907. The remaining vines have been planted gradually since 95, the varietal choice widened by cabernet sauvignon, merlot, chardonnay and pinot grigio.

Miranda Restaurant is open for lunch...

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At Seize the Day wines, they do not have a Cellar Door, but offer bespoke, personal tours through their vineyard followed by a comprehensive tasting of our wines. Their private vineyard tour starts with a walk through the vineyard with owner Peter Milhinch explaining the following: their approach to viticulture, grape vine management, how they trellis the vines, water management processes and monitoring systems pruning and harvesting techniques. The tour is followed by Peter personally hosting a tasting of our Rosé, Shiraz and Cabernet Sauvignon. Price: $65pp (Minimum 2...

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Their vineyards contain the following varietals: Shiraz (70%), Grenache (17%), Cabernet Sauvignon (10%), Zinfandel (2%), and a small parcel of Viognier (1%). Blocks were carefully selected for orientation and aspect with different clonal material used according to suitability. The depth and complexity of their wines arises from the great variety of terroirs at Hentley Farm, created by the diversity within the 150 acre estate’s east and west facing slopes and altitude variances. Subsoils of tightly structured friable clay offer huge water holding potential, offering respite for their vines...

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The Peter Lehmann winery today is one of the Barossa’s most sophisticated medium-size wine making operations. Their wine selection brings out the best of the enormous diversity of the Barossa and its 14 individual sub-regions.The 140-plus growers represent every region, from the valley floor to the elevated sites of Eden Valley and beyond. The winemakers spend countless hours in the vineyards before vintage with the growers, monitoring fruit and managing crops with particular wine styles in mind. Every Peter Lehmann wine is truly a wine made in the vineyard. The winery is designed to...

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Charlie Melton, one of the Barossa Valleys great characters, with wife Virginia by his side, makes some of the most eagerly sought la mode wines in Australia. There are 7ha of estate vineyards at Lyndoch, 9ha at Krondorf and 1.6ha at Light Pass, the lions share shiraz and grenache, and a small planting of cabernet sauvignon. Charles Melton Wines has produced premium Barossa red wines, always at their winery on Krondorf Road, since 1984. It was in the mid 80's that Charlie and a small band of Barossa winemakers turned their winemaking efforts to what was considered then a couple of...

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Rockford can only be described as an icon, no matter how overused that word may be. It has a devoted band of customers who buy most of the wine through the cellar door or mail order (Rocky OCallaghans entrancing annual newsletter is like no other).

At Rockford they're committed to keeping the best of the traditional wine trade alive and sharing this with their customers, so drop in on your next visit to the Barossa and spend some time with them. Cellar Door Sales Open 7 days 11am – 5pm

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This is one of the most historically significant winery buildings in the Barossa Valley, built from bluestone quarried at nearby Bethany in the late 1880s. The wines are made from hand-picked grapes, basket-pressed, and are neither fined nor filtered. There is an emphasis on single vineyard and single district wines under the Terroirs of the Barossa label.

Chateau Tanunda is the ideal location to celebrate your upcoming event whether it be your wedding ceremony and reception, conference, gala dinner, or exhibition.

Visit Château Tanunda’s Cellar Door for a wine tasting in the...

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