Every Saturday this December, join an Artisan in the heart of the Barossa for an unmatched wine-tasting experience.

Each week, an Artisan joins us in our Wine Room. Reserve a spot in our Wine Room lounge for a Rarities tasting, where we showcase new releases, museum pieces, or large format wines. During your tasting, our Artisan will share insights about the traditions of small-batch winemaking in the Barossa and guide you through the essence of each wine.

This exclusive experience, emblematic of our collaborative essence, offers a rare chance to delve into discussions about the wine with those who craft them.

Space in the Wine Room is limited. Reservations are imperative.

Book your Rarities Tasting via the link: "Rarities reservations" 🔗

2 December: Chaffey Bros. Wine Co.

Join Dan Hartwig for the release of SYNONYMOUS* Barossa Shiraz 2021.

"The culmination of our pursuit to tirelessly perfect small-batch Shiraz making is here; meet our new-look Barossa Shiraz hero, Synonymous. Off the back of our recent trophy for Best Shiraz at the Royal Adelaide Wine Show, we felt the timing was right to introduce our most important Shiraz release to date. The new look packaging coincides with the best vintage yet, a product of the benchmark ideal ripening cool season 2021 vintage."

9 December: Schwarz Wine Co.

Winemaker and proprietor Jason Schwarz joins us to pour his latest bottlings, including the new 2023 Chenin Blanc, a rare grape variety in the Barossa, with only 18 tonnes harvested across the Barossa in 2023.

16 December: Hobbs of Barossa Ranges

Allison and Greg will host you for the last Artisan in the House day for 2023. 

Hobbs of Barossa Ranges, a name synonymous with elegance and innovation in the heart of Australia's Barossa Ranges. This iconic label, under the meticulous stewardship of Greg and Alison Hobbs, has become a beacon of small-batch excellence in a region celebrated for its winemaking tradition.


To be an ‘artisan’ is very much about setting your own path driven by a human desire to explore, experiment and to express ourselves. To create and share things shaped in our mind and made by our own hands for the enjoyment of others. Often proffered with a simple “I made this, please enjoy”. A tinge of pride yes, but hubris never.

 The Artisans of Barossa are John Duval Wines, Spinifex Wines, Sons of Eden, Lienert Vineyards, Schwarz Wine Co., Purple Hands Wines, Hobbs of Barossa Ranges and Chaffey Bros. Wine Co.

Eight small winemakers brought together by a shared commitment to protect and promote the art of small-batch Barossa winemaking.

Presenting over 100 Barossa wines on tasting in one place, along with Essen, our benchmark Barossa dining space, Artisans of Barossa is a not-to-be missed destination for any seeker of warm hospitality and Barossa wine and food.