Yalumba Wines

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.


  • Address:
    40 Eden Valley Road
    Angaston, 5353
  • Phone:
    61885613200
  • Type:
    Wine, Food/Beverages, Organic/Sustainable
  • Produce:
    Fruit & Vegetables, Olives & Olive Oil
  • Features:
    Have visit/buy premises
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As it celebrates it's 160-year old heritage it is developing an Old Vine Charter and releasing reds from ancient shiraz and grenache plants. Produce their own Estate Virgin Olive Oil called 'The Orchard', as well as Trevallie Orchard Fresh & Dried Fruits, also from their own orchard.


Opening Hours

Daily 10am to 5pm


Trails passing through Yalumba Wines Stops

Best of Barossa Wine & Food

This beautiful valley, with it's rich German heritage, has been a special place to grow things since the 1800s. Accumulated wisdom over the years resulted in knowledge of what crops did particularly well and those less so. Vines stood out for their particular affinity for this location, but other produce and animal raising also flourished. Six of the eight producers on this trail are winemakers which reflects the ancestry of the Barossa. The Maggie Beer's Farm shows what a wide range of produce is possible in this area. At Lyndoch you can appreciate how well lavender can be fused with everyday foods.

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Bethany to Angaston Trail

Bethany to Angaston Trail...discover more of the Barossa. This trail brings to you our little community from Bethany (near Tanunda) to the hills of Angaston – where we go to for that amazing shiraz, cheeky little riesling, fresh & fabulous produce straight from the farm, Friday knock-off beer – where we take our own visitors when they come to town & where we send them to rest their weary heads at night when there’s no more room at home. There will always be something new here – news, events, photos, the general goings-on of the places you can find along the trail – in our own voices. Join us & be consumed by our community – the true character of the Barossa:

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