The St Hallett Cellar Door is situated less than 4kms from Le Mas Barossa. Stuart Blackwell’s winemaking career spans more than four decades, two continents and four regions. St Hallett Old Block Shiraz is a blend of old–vine Shiraz (average age 90 years) from key sites in the Barossa and Eden Valleys, Old Block is one of Barossa’s finest.
Rockford are committed to keeping the best of the traditional Australian wine trade alive and sharing this with their loyal following and Stonewall Members. A must visit when you are in the Barossa Valley and located just 5kms from Le Mas Barossa - our favourites include their Semillon, Moppa Springs GSM and Basket Press Shiraz.
Charles Melton Wines has produced premium Barossa red wines 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 unfashionable varieties; Shiraz and Grenache. We recommend the Nine Popes GSM. Located 5kms from Le Mas Barossa on Krondorf Road.
The Jacob’s Creek Visitor Centre is home of the Jacob’s Creek wine brand and is situated 2.5kms from Le Mas Barossa. Jacob's Creek is known as one of the larger commercial producers of South Australian wine with a restaurant located at their Cellar Door. We highly recommend their vintage Centenary Hill Shiraz.
Lou Miranda Estate is a family owned boutique winery and restaurant based in Rowland Flat and 500 meters from Le Mas Barossa. 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.
Enjoy guided tastings and specially crafted wine flights in The Lounge and dinner degustation in The Restaurant by Executive Chef Mark McNamara. St Hugo's superb interior design is by awarded Architects studio-gram. An exceptional visit, perfect for a romantic dinner and located only 3kms from Le Mas Barossa.
Tanunda Pines Golf Club is a stunning 18 hole, par 72, championship golf course set in the heart of the Barossa Valley in Rowland Flat and 3kms from Le Mas Barossa. Home to an abundance of native bird and animal life, one hundred year old gum trees line fairways that undulate across hilltops with views over Jacob's Creek and St Hallett vineyards from several vantage points.
The historic village of Tanunda is located in the centre of the Barossa Valley and was settled in 1843. With Art Galleries, Retail, Cellar Doors and some local favourites located on Murray Street including Darling Cafe, Vino Lokal, 1918, Musque Gin Bar Restaurant and don’t miss the extensive and impressive wine list at fermentAsian, all just a 5 minute drive from Le Mas Barossa.
If you are a Gin enthusiast, then you will love two new additions to the Australian gin market, Seppeltsfield Road Distillers named Australian Gin Distiller of the Year in 2018 and The Barossa Distillers home to some of the oldest commercial stills in Australia. Or enjoy a delicious meal at Musque, which has an impressive collection of 300+ gins from around the world.
In a blend of historic and contemporary architecture, the Peter Lehmann Wines cellar door welcomes guests to their stunning red gum bar to experience some of Australia’s most awarded wines. The cellar door is situated along Para Road in Tanunda, on the banks of the Para River similar to the River setting at Le Mas Barossa. The old stone building and veranda are a lovely setting along with their extensive lawns and gardens.
Located 9kms from Le Mas Barossa, with a history dating back to 1842, Langmeil Winery is where a blend of Barossa’s cultural beginnings with world-class winemaking can truly be experienced. Once a trading village settled by German migrant Christian Auricht, this remarkable location forms a captivating pocket of Australian wine history and is home to what is believed to be the world’s oldest shiraz vineyard, The Freedom 1843.
The Kalleske family have been farming and growing grapes since 1853 near Greenock. Kalleske wines are certified organic and biodynamic, estate grown and vinified with minimalist winemaking techniques used to fully capture the essence of the vineyard allowing genuine handmade estate wines of individuality and excellence. Since the first wine release in 2004, Kalleske has rapidly gained a reputation for producing premium hand-crafted wines.
Their Hill of Grace Experience offers exclusive access to their most renowned Henschke vineyards, Hill of Grace. Soak up over 150 years of winemaking history as you explore parts of the original winery built in the 1860s, Then, settle in your private tasting room to enjoy a range of distinguished Henschke wines, including The Wheelwright, Cyril Henschke, Mount Edelstone, plus rare access to taste Hill of Roses and Hill of Grace.
Angaston is a town on the eastern side of the Barossa Valley in South Australia, Angaston was originally known as German Pass, but was later renamed after the politician, banker and pastoralist George Fife Angas, who settled in the area in the 1850s. Our favourites include Barossa Cheese Company, organic producer Smallfry, Yalumba, Vitners Bar and Grill and the Saturday Farmers Market.
Harvest Kitchen is situated at the top of Magnolia Rd, just outside the township of Tanunda. With sweeping views across vines and a westerly aspect capturing some amazing sunsets, they are co-located with Calabria Family Wines Barossa. With a large outdoor dining deck, paved patio and grass lawn areas.
Penfolds Barossa Valley Cellar Door was built in 1911, and this site became the focal point of Penfolds winemaking in the 1970s as more fruit was sourced from the Barossa Valley and its surrounds. Penfolds vineyards are located primarily in South Australia on prime land throughout the state’s renowned viticultural regions.
The award-winning Cellar Door and Restaurant offer the ultimate wine tasting and degustation dining experience. Due to Covid-19 the degustation restaurant is closed but they are currently offering boutique wine tastings 7 days a week, with light food offerings Friday – Sunday.
A beautiful cellar door with a great variety of wines to select from.
Seppeltsfield is located 15 minutes from Le Mas Barossa and one of Australia's oldest wineries, founded in 1851 by Joseph Ernst Seppelt and well known for its signature wine, the 100-year-old Para Tawny. A new golden era now sees JamFactory Craft + Design Studios, Vasse Virgin skin care and gastronomy of FINO all contribute to an exciting renaissance of Australia’s iconic wine estate.
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South Australia 5352
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