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10 Best Wineries in Barossa Valley | Man of Many

Visit Yalumba’s historic home in the Barossa for the ultimate wine tasting experience. The winery is bursting with a 168-year-old history, surrounded by stunning grounds providing visitors with an experience they won’t soon forget. Taste premium wines and sample the local foods or take a special behind-the-scenes tour of one of the best wineries in the Barossa Valley.

1. Yalumba

One of the best wineries in the Barossa Valley, Chateau Tanunda has been producing wine from its fruit orchards and vineyards since 1890. Select from some of their best award-winning wines, grab a cheese platter and take in the beautiful views of the Barossa Ranges. Take part in one of their cellar door experiences and learn all the ins and outs of winemaking. If that’s not enough, the iconic architecture and rich history alone is enough to warrant a visit

2. Chateau Tanunda

Operating since 1985, Kies Family Wines offers a great wine tasting experience at their cellar door. What is great about Kies wines is that it’s all about “quality over quantity”, producing smaller batches of wines so that enough attention and focus goes into making every drop just as delicious as the last. Visit the cellar door for a tasty sample of some of the wines Kies has on offer and visit the Monkey Nut café for a bite to eat.

3. Kies Family Wines

Elderton Wines are known for their hospitality at their Barossa Valley Winery, in fact they even won an award for it in the 2019 South Australian Best of Wine Tourism Awards. If you’re looking for a relaxing afternoon of wine tasting, eating and soaking up the sunshine in one of the most beautiful places in South Australia, then you can’t go wrong here at one of the best wineries in the Barossa Valley.

4. Elderton Wines

With seven generations of grape-growing history, Rusden Wines know what they’re doing when it comes to wine. A respect for the land and the responsibility to pass it on to future generations is at the heart of Rusden’s philosophy, they even still tend the land by hand and adhere to traditional winemaking methods. It’s all in the details and that’s what makes their wine so unique and definitely worth the trip to Barossa Valley.

5. Rusden Wines

Come to Jenke Vineyard’s original 1850s Koch Cottage, turned cellar door for a premium wine tasting experience at one of the best wineries the Barossa Valley has to offer. From seven generations in the Barossa Valley to today, the Jenke’s are still producing small batches of single-vineyard wines by hand. Try a line-up of their delicious range of Semillon, Cabernet Sauvignon, Shiraz and more. Be sure to make a booking though as it is still by appointment only.

6. Jenke Vineyards

Since 1878 The Seabrook family has been a part of Australia’s wine industry and has since revitalised its old labels with its fifth-generation Hamish Seabrook at the helm. Seabrook Wines has a portfolio of seven impeccable wines to choose from. Come and visit the cellar door at Menglers Hill, housed in the quaint 1850s cottage. Grab some wine and a platter then relax on the deck for some of the most stunning views at one of the best wineries in the Barossa Valley.

7. Seabrook Wines

Calling all wine lovers, Yelland & Papps is the perfect spot if you’re looking for unique and elegant wines that put quality over quantity. The small boutique family winery offers a variety of wines made with a passion for good wine using “old world techniques in a new world way”. Check out the cellar door for one of the best wine tasting experiences at one of Barossa Valley’s best wineries.

8. Yelland & Papps

Saltram Winery in the Barossa Valley has been in operation for over 160 years and is an icon among the valley’s wineries. Visit the charming cellar door at the winery’s original stone winery house for a cosy and informative wine tasting experience. With the ultimate tasting experience, you’ll get to discover the history of Saltram, taste the premium wines from the barrel hall and finish up with a tasty tawny in the underground cellar.

9. Saltram

How can we leave out one of Australia’s most well-known and beloved wineries, whose wines have been transported throughout the globe and is synonymous with Australia’s wine-making industry. Jacob’s Creek offers a range of wine experiences at their cellar door in Barossa Valley including tours, food and wine tastings, beautifully picturesque views of the vineyard and surrounding hills. Learn all about the region’s history and heritage and the wine-making process of one of the best wineries in Barossa Valley.

10. Jacob’s Creek

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