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Embark on a culinary adventure through four of Australia’s premier wine, beer and food regions.

Hentley Farm is determinedly guest-focused. You get the sense that the restaurant and staff exist purely for your comfort and enjoyment. From the moment you venture beyond the hedge into this world where heritage and evolution harmonise, until you walk out the door holding your personalised copy of the menu, Hentley Farm Restaurant is about making memories. Lifelong memories of South Australia, the Barossa, its food and its people.

Hentley Farm Restaurant is open for lunches daily and Friday and Saturday evenings for dinner. Bookings are essential.

Hentley Farm Wines is the 2018 regional winner of the Best of Wine Tourism Award in the Wine Tourism Restaurants category.

Great wine is best shared with friends on a warm summer evening or cosy winter night, and in Adelaide, South Australia there's countless welcoming bars in vibrant laneways that are ready to pour you a glass of the State's finest.

 

Just an hour from Adelaide, Barossa makes for a gorgeous getaway.  Here's how to delve into a region dotted with welcoming “cellar doors,” charming historic hamlets, and culture to savor, too.

Home to great events and even better wines, Adelaide, South Australia boasts some of Australia's most iconic food and wine festivals. With different events touring through the regions, there's something to tantalize everyone's palate.

 

Truth be told, the biggest asset of any region is not its produce or its landscape, it is its people. Those with a multi-generational connection to the land so deep it’s impossible to ignore, nor replicate. In the Eden Valley this is certainly true of founding families Henschke and Angas (of Hutton Vale Farm). Their heart-felt authenticity is contagious and with their new offering, the Ultimate Authentic Barossa Experience, are putting the region on the world stage.

A secret to no foodie, South Australia is the proud home of world-famous chefs, serving game-changing dishes throughout our bountiful regions and in cutting-edge Adelaide restaurants. Culinary heavyweights Orana, Africola, Hentley Farm and Seppeltsfield are already household names; now it’s time for our lesser-known food and wine regions to steal the spotlight.

 

From panoramic vineyard views to secret underground cellars, pour yourself a glass and get snapping at South Australia’s most #instaworthy wineries.

November 3, 2018 to November 9, 2018

Adelaide is eagerly looking forward to hosting the Great Wine Capitals of the World Network Annual General Meeting on 3-9 November 2018.

 

This vibrant city and its supporting 18 wine regions will welcome the delegates to South Australia. We are home to the most ancient soils on earth, the oldest continuously producing vines, a diverse array of coastal, hillside, and valley sites, and increasingly understands the special confluence of location, history, geology and culture that shapes the evolution of distinctive wine, memorable experiences and great gastronomy.

 

Here, new innovation rubs shoulders with old ways; seventh generation vigneron mix with new, millennial start-ups; 150 year old ancestor vines vie with new alternative varieties, and fine wine collectables share the same table with bio-dynamic, next generation funk. Add in a dynamic restaurant and bar scene that artfully blends old with new, and east with west, and you have a wildly-fermenting starter culture of its own!

 

The common thread that holds this exuberant story together is simple: a proud inheritance that we are determined to maintain in a sustainable way, and a natural desire to continue to challenge, explore, learn and share.

 

We can’t wait to welcome you to our Great Wine Capital. Learn more and register here: www.adelaidegreatwinecapital.com.au/agm 

There’s an energy about some places which simply draws you in - a cheeky, light-hearted and genuine spirit that is simply, enchanting. With its spectacular views over rolling vineyards to the coast and the Lloyd family at the helm, Coriole vineyards is one such place. And it's in beautiful McLaren Vale, South Australia...

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