Iconic Barossa Valley winery Chateau Tanunda’s cellar door experiences aren’t just for your international visitors.
Seriously, these photos are UNBELIEVABLE!
The winery will be serving up a total of FIVE courses of pure 'Barossan' indulgence as part of a wine and fine dining experience in their gorgeous tasting shed.
Château Tanunda is another big winner in this year's Halliday Wine Companion.
We've curated a list of our favourite South Australian Shiraz's to enjoy just in time for Australia's first National Shiraz Day.
A list of destinations, experiences, eateries, wineries, and other reasons the Victorian Premier is wrong about visiting South Australia.
Give your return to the Barossa a little character and class, with Château Tanunda's cellar door returning to new opening hours.
Here are a few wineries that are opening this weekend for drinks and food.
Getaway SA has joined forces with Barossa Chef Stuart Oldfield to create a unique dining experience for Barossa holidaymakers
The Barossa is looking for a tourism boost by proposing a major bike track that would link the wine regions together.
Some of the best-known names in the wine business are joining forces to connect with the world through virtual winery tours, tastings and behind-the-scene question and answer sessions.
As of this afternoon the Barossa Valley will no longer be classified as a COVID-19 high risk area having been assessed by SA Health authorities.
Barossa's wineries and distilleries have come together to launch a new dedicated regional online store, run by and for the producers.
It's time to support our many wineries across the regions who have closed their doors through their online shops.
The Berlin Wine Trophy is recognised as the largest wine show in the world, and the award has been warmly welcomed by proprietor John Geber.
This Barossa spot is back in ownership of the sixth generation of the Burge family and are dedicated to sourcing all its produce locally.
Cider from South Australia has taken out the top spot at the Australian Cider Awards, with ‘Best in Show’, ‘Best New World Cider’ and ‘Best Australian Cider’.
The $4.5 million project is being driven by a group of industry personalities who bought the 3-hectare greenfield site between the townships of Tanunda and Angaston in 2016.
The 2019 program is out showcasing 28 events, including 13 Gourmet Trail events.
Composer Julian Day joins with the Barossa community to create a massed musical performance, A Civic Space, that speaks to the region's people and sense of place.