The Barossa Wine Region

We’ve compiled the best of the best in The Barossa Wine Region - browse our top choices for the top things to see or do during your stay.

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  • 1. Maggie Beer's Farm Shop


    Renowned cook and food writer Maggie Beer is an icon of Australian cuisine. Burned-fig jam, ice cream, verjuice (a golden liquid made from...Read More

  • 2. Rockford


    Nestled in a lovely cobbled stable yard, Rockford is a small winery with a tasting room in an old stone barn. The specialties are heavy, rich...Read More

  • 3. Banrock Station Wine & Wetland Centre


    The salt-scrub-patched Murray River floodplain 150 km (94 miles) east of Nuriootpa is an unlikely setting for a winery, but it is worth making...Read More

  • 4. Burge Family Winemakers


    You can drink in a leafy vineyard view while tasting from the wine barrels in this understated cellar door. Winemaker Rick Burge's best include...Read More

  • 5. Charles Melton Wines


    Tasting here is relaxed and casual in a brick-floor, timber-wall cellar door, which is warmed by a log fire in winter. After making sure the...Read More

  • 6. Grant Burge


    This is one of the most successful of the Barossa's young, independent wine labels. Wines include impressive Chardonnays, crisp Rieslings, and...Read More

  • 7. Jacob's Creek Visitor Centre

    Visitor Center

    An impressive block of glass, steel, and recycled timber, Jacob's Creek Visitor Centre overlooks the creek whose name is familiar to wine drinkers...Read More

  • 8. Kabminye Wines


    Each wine at Kabminye has its own unique and surprising taste, particularly the excellent Ilona rosé and the full-frontal flagship Hubert Shiraz. ...Read More

  • 9. Lyndoch Lavender Farm


    A family-friendly tribute to the purple flower that adorns the hills, Lyndoch Lavender Farm grows more than 90 varieties on 6 lush acres high...Read More

  • 10. Penfolds Barossa Valley


    A very big brother to the 19th-century Magill Estate in Adelaide, this massive wine-making outfit in the center of Nuriootpa lets you taste...Read More

  • 11. Peter Lehmann Wines


    This winery is owned by a larger-than-life Barossa character whose wine consistently wins international awards. Art-hung stonework and a wood...Read More

  • 12. Saltram


    Low-beamed ceilings and ivy-covered trellises give Saltram an urbanized sort of rustic charm. The vineyard's robust wine list includes the Pepperjack...Read More

  • 13. Seppeltsfield Winery


    Joseph Seppelt was a Silesian farmer who purchased land in the Barossa after arriving in Australia in 1849. Under the control of his son, Benno...Read More

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  • 14. Two Hands Wines


    The interior of this 19th-century sandstone cottage is every bit as surprising as the wines produced here. Polished wood and glass surround...Read More

  • 15. Yalumba


    Australia's oldest family-owned winery, Yalumba sits within a hugely impressive compound resembling an Italian monastery. The cellar door is...Read More

  • 16. Collingrove Homestead

    Historic Home

    This was the ancestral home of the Angas family, the descendants of George Fife Angas, one of South Australia's founders. At the height of its...Read More

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