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Transforming the dining landscape; Joel’s evolutionary approach to cuisine

Experience a unique culinary journey at The Louise, with innovative dishes created by Executive Chef Joel Grudnoff and his team.

Crafting tomorrow’s classics

Charles Melton’s direction in life was decided with the toss of a coin. Backpacking around Australia, he and his travelling buddy Ken Roach worked a vintage, picking grapes for Krondorf Winery, and when the company offered them two full time positions, one in the winery and one in the vineyard, fate sent Charles into winemaking.

A trio with Taste and Graze Trails

Three esteemed Barossa brands Grant Burge, St Hallett, and Rolf Binder have collaborated to curate a unique food and wine trail, showcasing the best of the Barossa Valley.

Timeless Wines and Rich History

Nestled in the heart of the Barossa, the iconic 1837 Barossa wine estate unveils its newly refurbished Wine Pavilion and Cellar Door. The refined space offers guests more than just a cellar door experience but a journey through time and flavours.

Elevate your dining experience at St Hugo

Discover a unique culinary experience at St Hugo Restaurant and Cellar Door in the picturesque Barossa Valley at Rowland Flat.

Lienert Land

Brothers, John and James Lienert, sit side by side in the shed where their late father, John Snr. once kept his farming equipment protected from the elements. The siblings laugh as they share fond memories of growing up in the house next door, their cricketing triumphs and footy failures, and the different spellings of Sheaoak Log, or should it be Sheaok Log? “It definitely doesn’t have a hyphen!” says John of the small town that holds such strong family ties.

Awaken your senses this festive season at Jacob’s Creek

Discover an unforgettable sensory experience with a visit to Jacob’s Creek, which has recently welcomed new restaurant partner, Harvest Kitchen.

Cirillo Estate – a big little winery

Vincent Cirillo’s worn and weathered hands are as gnarly as the 175-year-old Grenache, Shiraz and Semillon vines that grow alongside his family’s Nuriootpa homestead, on Nuraip Road. Today, those hard-working hands hold a glass of Cirillo Estate Wines’ Vincent Grenache, as he chats to his winemaker son, Marco, who named the wine in his honour.

Underground is for family

In a 127 year old cellar in the main street of Tanunda, a clutch of special family brands, has been given a unique home in which to nest.

The progressive protagonist

They say few things bring protagonists a deeper sense of fulfilment than guiding friends and loved ones to grow into their best selves.

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