Yalumba is Australia’s oldest family owned winery. To showcase the history, heritage and pedigree of the estate, the team at Yalumba have created a range of unique wine experiences for their guests making it the perfect destination when visiting South Australia.
Sustainability and ecology is at the core of everything Gemtree Wines do. Certified organic and biodynamic, Gemtree has one of the largest certified biodynamic vineyards in Australia. The Cellar Door is sustainably built with recycled materials; powered via a 10kw solar panel system and running off rainwater.
Maxwell Wines is situated in the rolling terranes of McLaren Vale, nestled between the sea in the west, and the foothills of the Mount Lofty Ranges in the East. The Maxwell food philosophy has a real focus on seasonal and local produce.
The d’Arenberg Cube is an iconic, award-winning architectural puzzle, where guests can relax, have fun and soak in the stunning views. The five storey multi-function centre and tourism destination, designed by Chester Osborn, was inspired by the complexities and puzzles of winemaking.
Lanzerac Country Estate sits just outside of the town of Tanunda in the Barossa Valley, featuring a picturesque backdrop of the Barossa Ranges and is surrounded by some of South Australia’s oldest producing vines.
Kimbolton Wines recently won Best Architecture and Landscape in South Australia at the Best of Wine Tourism Awards. Thanks to their new architecturally designed Cellar Door built from repurposed shipping containers, Kimbolton Wines and the Langhorne Creek wine region are now firmly marked on the map.
Bird in Hand is a family owned winery located in the heart of the stunning Adelaide Hills just outside Woodside. The winery is well known by South Australian wine lovers for their fabulous selection of cool climate wines. In addition to their talent and passion for producing fine wine, Bird in Hand also have a demonstrated track record of contributing to the local and international cultural arts scene.