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Barossa Valley

33 locals recommend ·

Tips from locals

Usha
Usha
March 3, 2020
The Barossa is one of the world’s great wine growing areas, with more than 150 wineries and 80 cellar doors Don't miss:- -Visit wineries and cellar doors -Dine on gourmet local produce -Hot Air Balloon -Barossa Heritage Trail -Checkout the oldest German Bakery-Apex Bakery -Drive through…
Suzanne & Kevin
Suzanne & Kevin
March 3, 2020
About 1.5 hrs drive but lovely day I you love your wines and food
Steve
Steve
January 23, 2020
The Barossa Valley is one of the largest and most successful wine growing areas in Australia. The Barossa is just a 1 hour drive from Clare with spectacular wineries to visit.
Linda
Linda
December 12, 2019
A trip to the Barossa is a must if you enjoy a glass of wine. Home to many famous wines locally made and exported around the globe. Stop at Maggie Beer's for a bite to eat and some tastings. Penfolds has an awesome value wine tasting offer as well.
James
James
November 1, 2019
Another great wine region.

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“Family friendly. Kangaroo enclosure, playground, sports equipment, regular events. James Halliday review: 4.5 stars Whistler was established in 1999 by brothers Martin and Chris Pfeiffer, but has recently undergone a major change for the better thanks to the next generation. With Josh Pfeiffer at the helm since 2013, the estate vineyards have been converted to organic and biodynamic practices, and the wines have all gone through a facelift in both labelling and wine style. The wines now being produced are designed to be fun and easy drinking, with a drink now approach to a lot of the Next Gen wines being produced. Josh has maintained the Estate Range of wines, being the more traditional straight varietals that are made in a cellar worthy style. Exports to the UK, Denmark, Mauritius, Singapore, Hong Kong and China.”
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Home Goods Store
“So much more than just beautiful clothing. Gorgeous things and a lovely space.”
  • 5 locals recommend
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“Right next door to Casa Carboni is the Barossa Valley Cheese Company where you can taste a selection of locally made cheeses. Let the staff match your wine and cheese for a fabulous tasting experience.”
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Location
Tanunda, SA 5352