Painted Desert, SA Outback
Despite being the nation's driest State the production of food and wine is a vital part of the economy. It is the largest wine producing State. The love of food and wine in this part of the world has given rise to a great many boutique producers with fresh produce and fine wine on offer at their cellar door or farm gate.
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Featured Producers in South Australia
40 Eden Valley Road, Angaston, 5353
Established in 1849, Yalumba is Australia’s oldest family owned winery. A fiercely independent wine producer, Yalumba is driven by innovation, sustainability and excellence This iconic company was founded back in 1849. A truly great portfolio of wines to suit everyone's palate and pocket. All wines are now vegan. Recent release of three organic wines.
John Duval Wines
Artisans Of Barossa, Cnr Magnolia Road & Light Pass Road, Vine Vale, 5352
A small select range of handmade wines from this iconic Barossa winemaker. The Eligo Shiraz regularly awarded 95+ pts by James Halliday and other wine critics. Purchase online, or at the cellar door located at 'Artisans of Barossa'.
Cnr Langmeil Road & Para Road, Tanunda, 5352
The Langmeil vineyard was first planted in 1843 and remarkably those same vines produce 'The Freedom 1843 Shiraz', which is thought to be the world's oldest surviving shiraz vineyard. Open daily 10.30am to 4.30pm. Buy online.
Kaesler Vineyards & Winery
Barossa Valley Way, Nuriootpa, 5352
Kaesler produces estate dry grown wines from vineyards as old as 1893. The winery offers a selection of around twenty different wines under the series name of Stonehorse, Estate, Limited Release & Fortified. Cellar Door open daily 11am to 5pm. Accomm
Jim Barry Wines
33 Craig Hill Road, Clare, 5453
Jim Barry Wines has a very special place in the history and wine reputation of the Clare Valley. Founder Jim Barry was the first qualified winemaker in Clare, and started his vineyard business in 1959. Their 'The Armagh' shiraz is classified 'Exceptional' by Langtons. Open 7 days.