A unique Barossa experience, Artisans of Barossa gathers together seven like-minded producers who share a common goal in protecting and promoting small batch, subregional winemaking. Experience different winemaking styles representing the breadth and diversity of the Barossa Valley from John Duval Wines, Massena, Schwarz Wine Company, Sons of Eden, Spinifex, Teusner and Hobbs of Barossa Ranges. Book ahead for groups with more than eight people or if you want to delve deeper into the wines from a particular producer. The cellar door is accompanied by the recently opened Harvest Kitchen, which takes the long lunch seriously. The “Feed Me Menu” – where the kitchen does the choosing for you – is available during the day. In the evening private settings are available with a specially designed menu for groups of 20 or more.


Vine Vale lies between Angaston and Tanunda. Tanunda is a town of 4700 people marked by church spires and the dark ironstone cottages and barns of the region’s early European settlers. The Barossa Visitor Information Centre is in Tanunda at 66 Murray Street. Angaston, in the eastern end of the Barossa, has a population of about 2000.

Corner Light Pass and Magnolia Roads, Vine Vale | +61 8 8563 3935

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