Australia’s wine capital features more than 80 cellar doors, less than two hours' drive from Adelaide. Immerse yourself in a place where luxury retreats offer award-winning wines, world-class cuisine and panoramic views. The Barossa is a great romantic escape. The hills and valleys have inspired many local artists, so take some time, just the two of you and escape here for the weekend. Spend the night in million-star accommodation under clear skies. The Barossa has cool summers and rainy winters, which make it perfectly suited for red wine production, particularly Shiraz and richly flavoured Cabernet. Nearby Eden Valley is less
Gnadenfrei Estate’s first vineyard was planted in 1958. The hilltop premises were built in 1978, as the Seppelt family home and cellar door, and opened for wine tasting the following year. The vineyard comprises five acres Shiraz, one acre Grenache and one acre of mixed reds: Pinot Noir, Pinot Meuniere, Malbec and Merlot. A range of premium red table wines are available for tastings and sales, along with home made jams, mustards and sauces.
The newly renovated Wanera Wine Bar in Angaston provides the Barossa region with a high quality fine dining and sophisticated wine bar experience. Located in the historic building on Murray Street, the Wanera prides itself on excellent service and high quality food and beverages. Stocking a range of quality boutique local and international wines and beer, Wanera has something to suit everyone’s tastes. Offering a la carte meals lunch and dinner and platters and dips all day, the menu has a strong focus on regional suppliers and showcasing Barossa’s produce. The many different settings at Wanera allow customers to enjoy