Barossa

Three Barossa icons teaming up for a boozy walking tour

‘Meander’ through three top venues in the Barossa and experience the best of what the region has to offer.

For the first time ever, three of the top venues in the Marananga township are teaming up for a fully guided walking tour to celebrate the joy of vintage, as well as the energy and excitement of the Barossa Valley.

Over the course of an afternoon, “Marananga Meander” attendees will enjoy gems of the Barossa: Greenock Creek Wines, Seppeltsfield Road Distillers, and Two Hands Wines.

The walking tour will take place during the 2021 Barossa Vintage Festival Program and will be a must for any wine, or gin, enthusiast. 

This curated tour will let guests take in picturesque Marananga while sipping on local produce and feasting on exquisite share platters.  

Guests will be divided into three groups that will start at a different venue and will be guided by a host from each venue to keep time.

During the Greenock Creek Wines stop of the Meander, you will be introduced to a selection of their favourite wines grown and made within a kilometre of our Cellar Door. They identify as ‘purveyors of big, bold and boastful Barossa Reds and lovers of craft & creativity.’

The ‘new kids on the block,’ Seppeltsfield Road Distillers, are stop two. They have returned a youthful glow to the Marananga township with it’s modern design, vibrant tasting room and sophisticated range of gins.

Enjoy a feast for the senses as they combine their love of gin, botanicals and discovery with their love of music, celebration and sense of place. There will also be a live performance from a mystery musical act.

Lastly, at Two Hands Wines, expect a Garden Series Garden Party.

The ‘middle kid’ on the block, the Two Hands Cellar Door opened in 2003 in a beautifully restored cottage built by the Arnold family, one of the original settlers of Marananga.

Become acquainted with their famous Garden Series collection of wines, which are crafted from six unique Australian regions that best illustrate the complexity of Shiraz grown in contrasting terrains.

Note that comfortable shoes are advised, as guests stroll along the 800m path that connects the three venues, as well as play some chic lawn games.

The “Marananga Meander” will take place Thursday 15th April 2021 between 1.30pm – 5pm.

To reserve your spot, visit the website.

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