Seppeltsfield won the international award for the Best in Wine Tourism Services category in Porto, Portugal on 10 November 2016.  Seppeltsfield Proprietor and Managing Director Warren Randall said "This award signals a completed transition of Seppeltsfield from a staid - albeit it historic - wine property, to a dynamic and multi-experiential destination, where wine, regional food and art are equally celebrated and promoted. The Barossa and South Australia can be proud of a now internationally – benchmarked tourism asset. It’s now time to promote this achievement and capitalise on any visitation potential."

Indulge your gourmet cravings at Riverside Restaurant and enjoy a carefully crafted degustation combining the freshest seasonal flavours and local Kangaroo Island produce perfectly matched with Kangaroo Island wines and beverages.

Kangaroo Island produces food as it was intended. With purity, quality, and sustainability the key. Kangaroo Island is a pristine wilderness – a place of beauty and a place of escape.

More information on the InterContinental website

July 28, 2017 to July 30, 2017

The best time to enjoy the Hills is on a cold wintery Sunday, the rain pelting the window of a rustic cellar door, a fire roaring, a glass of Shiraz or Pinot or Cabernet in hand and a bowl of warming, slow cooked nourishment on your lap.

Visit the Winter Reds website

August 12, 2017 to August 13, 2017

Discover some hidden gems at Langhorne Creek's Cellar Treasures Weekend this August 12 and 13. Experience Langhorne Creek's past as you try, and buy, rare museum wines aged specifically for this weekend.

More about the Cellar Treasures Weekend

"South Australian winemakers have come out on top in this year’s Young Gun of Wine Awards, with six making the top 12 for 2017."

Penfolds' chief winemaker and Premium Food and Wine Ambassador Peter Gago has been recognised for his service to the Australian wine industry with his appointment as a Companion of The Order of Australia (AC) in the 2017 Queen's Birthday Honours List.

Skillogalee remains one of the cornerstones of the Clare Valley's ever expanding food and wine tourism industry and sets the standard for combining a winery, cellar door, restaurant and accommodation.

On 30 April 2017, more than 100 guests participated in the Great Wine Voyage that took place as part of 2017’s Tasting Australia festival in Adelaide, South Australia.

June 10, 2017 to June 12, 2017

The McLaren Vale Sea and Vines Festival will return for its 25th year this June long weekend for three days of wine and culinary indulgence.

With more than 38 unique and diverse events showcasing over 26 of the region’s wineries, the festival is a perfect opportunity to experience the best of wine, food and tourism opportunities McLaren Vale, South Australia has to offer.

Events include intimate degustation dinners with celebrity chefs and winemakers, structured masterclasses and winery tours, whilst food trucks, live music, jumping castles and petting zoos ensure that the festival is fun for all ages.

For more information and to book tickets, visit the Sea and Vines Festival website.

The wetlands and neighbouring Wine and Wetland Visitor Centre at Banrock Station have won many awards and this year they added to that list with success in the Innovative Wine Tourism Experience category in South Australia’s inaugural Best of Wine Tourism Awards.

The awards were held as part of Adelaide’s membership of the Great Wine Capitals Global Network. In November 2016 Banrock Station  competed in the international finals in Portugal in November against national winners from eight other countries and came away with an international ‘Best Of Wine Tourism award as well.


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