Barossa's Top Cellar Doors
The Barossa Valley is widely regarded as Australia's most famous wine region. It has the longest unbroken lineage of grape growing and winemaking in the country.
With an abundance of cellar doors around the region it's hard to see them all. So we've compiled a list of our favourite's and ones we feel show the Barossa the best to help you see and taste the best of the Barossa Valley.
Hermann Thumm founded Chateau Yaldara in 1947 after he migrated to Australia from Europe. The chateau was named ‘Yaldara’ after the local Aboriginal word meaning ‘sparkling’. The site chosen for the winery was on the banks of the North Para River at a flax mill dating back to 1867.
Peter Lehmann Wines
Built in the 1880’s the Hoffmann Cellar is one of the original Barossan wineries. Carved into the hill to allow the natural course of gravity to influence the winemaking process, the small winery still stands with its beautiful grand archway entrance.
Ballycroft's vineyard, hand planted in 1998, sits on their sloping 15 acre property in Greenock, Western Barossa Valley. Ballycroft are a small, family owned, sustainable cellar door and are passionate about their little slice of the Barossa and what they do.
From across the world to the Barossa Valley, the Lambert Estate story is a family love story - for each other, for wine, and for the Barossa. Sample their wines - all served from their tasting bar constructed from reclaimed, red gum from the estate – and spend time choosing which ones you’ll want to take home with you.
Langmeil is a blend of Barossa’s cultural beginnings and a family’s modern day commitment to world-class, old vine winemaking. They are committed to providing premium Barossa Valley wines of the highest quality.
Located on the ‘Western Ridge’ of the Barossa Valley, Seppeltsfield combines over 420 acres of ancient vineyard, gardens and heritage-listed architecture. Their wines are crafted for enjoyment but also with an eye on ageability.
Hentley Farm Restaurant
Take a journey of pleasure, discovery and intrigue in the magnificent surroundings of Hentley Farm. Two set-menu options work as a surprise on the day.
With 130 years of history, Chateau Tanunda is the site of some of the Valleys first vines planted in the region. With the ‘Old Vines Expressions’ and ‘The Everest’ Wines, Château Tanunda receives regular international recognition by renowned wine critics and wine shows for producing some of the best wines in the world.
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