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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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The Sieber vineyards are part of “Redlands”, a 3rd generation family property, situated on the rich red soils of Western Barossa. Traditionally a cropping and grazing farm, owned and operated by Richard and Val Sieber and assisted by sons, Jarrod, Ben, Tom and Daniel. Growing vines for their own wine has been an exciting diversification. They have 46 acres of vines in production, comprising 36 acres Shiraz, 5 acres Viogner, 2.5 acres Grenache and 2.5 acres Mataro. Ben, their viticulturist is aiming for 1.5 – 2 tonnes per acre to attain maximum quality fruit. Their winemaker, Tony Carapetis...

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The establishment date of Turkey Flat is given as 1990 but it might equally have been 1870 (or thereabouts), when the Schulz family purchased the Turkey Flat vineyard, or 1847, when the vineyard was first planted to the very old shiraz that still grows there today alongside 8ha of equally old grenache. Plantings have since expanded significantly, now comprising shiraz (24ha), grenache (10.5ha), cabernet sauvignon (5.9ha), mourvedre (3.7ha), and smaller plantings of marsanne, viognier and dolcetto.

You are Welcome to the old Schulz family butchers shop, now the heart of Turkey Flat...

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At Langmeil they provide far more than just a tasting. They introduce you to great wine, tell you how it comes about, immerse you in their history and, of course, the romance of it all, in fact a complete Barossa experience. Langmeil is a family winery in the true sense of the word. As their many loyal and regular visitors will attest, you'll feel like part of the family in their Cellar Door.

There are no check-out chicks behind this counter!, The quality of the wine will be enhanced by the genuine friendliness of those pouring it for you. Come and see for yourselves!The Freedom...

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Artisans of Barossa are a group of like-minded producers with a common goal to protect and promote small batch, sub-regional winemaking. They are six individual wineries, with different winemaking styles representing the breadth and diversity of our home - the Barossa Valley. What binds them together is a commitment to making inspirational wines that uphold the culture and traditions of Barossa. They make products that excite, inspire and delight our customers and each other. Above all theymaintain a sense of pride and fun in everything they do.

They invite you to visit to taste a...

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Auswan Creek prides ourselves on making  Barossa wines from fruit grown almost exclusively from their own vineyards. With one of their core values being terrior, they have invested heavily in securing the best vineyard sites and viticulturist. . The fruit produced is of the highest quality and is a prized jewel of the Barossa. The 100+ year old Shiraz vines located in this vineyard produce their flagship 1908 Centenarian Vineyard Shiraz. In addition the vineyard produces Cabernet and Grenache. Tanunda Winery Vineyard Located close to the centre of the region in Tanunda, on the Barossa...

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The Basedow family name is steeped in tradition within the Barossa Valley, home to the oldest wine growing appellation in Australia. With a family lineage spanning 118 years and tracing back to one of the founding wine families of the Barossa, the 5th generation Basedow’s, brothers – Peter, Michael and Richard – proudly continue their family craft of winemaking in the Barossa.

After a long and eventful period, in 2014 the Basedow brother’s acquired the BASEDOW’S brand and became the rightful custodians of their name. The journey has been long but rewarding.

BASEDOW’S CELLAR...

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Their winery is located on the original site of the fire station in Truro, Barossa Valley South Australia and is home to our signature wine Fire Station Shiraz. Nestled on the northern edge of the Barossa Valley, at the Craneford Winery we proudly devote our passion and energy into expressing what makes the Barossa so distinctive. The Cellar Door now occupies the site of the old Truro Country Fire Service station.

Now you can experience a piece of our history together with wines that celebrate the full flavours and unique characters of this beautiful part of the world.ust drop in...

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TeAro Estate is a family-owned and operated wine business located in the southern Barossa Valley.The vineyards are planted (in descending size) to shiraz, cabernet sauvignon, semillon, chardonnay, pinot noir, riesling, viognier, sauvignon blanc, pinot gris, tempranillo, merlot, mourvedre and grenache.It takes great characters to make great wines and at TeAro Estate you'll find plenty of both. Set amongst the gentle slopes of Williamstown, in the famous Barossa Valley, slow ripening grapes produce intense fruit characters & flavours resulting in refined, elegant wine styles that are a...

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Domain Day’s unique vineyard situated on a carefully selected site at Mt Crawford, high in the hills at the south eastern extremity of Australia’s famous Barossa Valley wine region. Its altitude of 450 metres and the mix of unusual varieties make it one of the coolest and most interesting vineyards in the Barossa. Mainstream varieties Merlot, Pinot Noir and Riesling are supplemented by small plantings of Viognier, Sangiovese, Saperavi, Lagrein, Garganega, Nebbiolo and Sagrantino. The combination of site and variety selection result from proprietor and winemaker Robin Day’s 30 years of...

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Linfield Road produces small batches of single-vineyard wines from the Wilson family vineyard at Williamstown. The story began in 1860 when Edmund Major Wilson planted the first vines on the outskirts of Williamstown. It is situated high above the valley floor, with cooler nights and longer ripening periods. This results in elegant red and white wines with good structure.

Stay for B&B at Linfield Cottage, a luxury 1900 Federation home that has been beautifully restored, and is an ideal base to explore the Adelaide Hills and southern Barossa region. A formal dining room, country...

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