From Grape to Glass

Experience Barossa Valley Wine Tastings

Nowhere else can you discover more about Barossa wine than at Artisans of Barossa.
Over 100 wines from eight independent family-owned winemakers in one place.
Presented through tastings and deep dive experiences designed to take you on a personal journey of discovery in Barossa wine.

Rarities

Available seven days from 10am.

Our Rarest wines, opened for you. Poured from Coravin or Enomatic in our temperature-controlled building.

For $50 per person, taste up to eight wines in our Rarities range and access our full tasting list.

Allow 75 to 90 minutes for your tasting.

Nestled in the heart of the Barossa Valley, the Rarities tasting at Artisans of Barossa offers an exceptional wine experience.

In just 20 years, the ranks of great Barossa winemakers have swelled as many new names have joined those of the establishment.

This exclusive curated selection represents small-batch, historic, and innovative creations.

Knowledgeable staff guide visitors through a wine journey that reveals the stories of terroir and winemakers’ passion. From aged Shiraz to unique blends and contemporary innovations, each sip is a revelation.

The view from the sun-drenched lounge in our Wine Room is a sight to behold, offering a breathtaking panorama of the Barossa Valley. Rolling vineyards, meticulously tended, lead to the majestic Barossa Ranges in the distance, creating a captivating backdrop.

Discover Barossa

Available seven days from 10 am.

For $25 per person, taste up to six wines from our Discover Barossa tasting list.

Allow 45 - 60 minutes for your tasting.

Tasting fees are redeemable on a three bottle purchase, per guest.

For nearly 200 years, our community of winemakers and grape growers have worked in tandem to produce not only exceptional quality wine, but an extraordinary array of winemaking expression.

Embark on a journey of discovery at Artisans of Barossa with our 'Discover Barossa' seated tasting experience. These wines from our Artisans are the starting place on your journey of discovery into the world of small-batch Barossa winemaking.

Our tasting list changes every sixty days and typically has forty wines from over twenty different grape varieties, including Barossa classics Shiraz, Grenache and Riesling and emerging varietals like Graciano, Montepulciano, Grenache Blanc, Piquepoul, Roussanne, Marsanne and Viognier.

Thourgh winter you'll find more red wines from lighter, through mid-weight expansion and on into full bodied reds on taste anywhere else in the Barossa.

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.

Finest

Available seven days from 10 am.

Our Finest, opened for you. Poured from Coravin or Enomatic in our temperature-controlled building. 

For $100 per person, taste up to eight wines in our Finest range and access our complete tasting list.

Allow 75 to 90 minutes for your tasting.

In the heart of the Barossa Valley, Artisans of Barossa introduces “The Finest” – an exclusive guided tasting experience that epitomizes excellence. Limited to a select few on Sundays, it’s a tribute to the small-batch producers who comprise the essence of Artisans of Barossa.

Set within the light-filled atrium of Artisans of Barossa, the lounge provides a breathtaking panorama of the Barossa Valley. Vast vineyards, impeccably nurtured, extend to the horizon. In the distance, the Barossa Ranges rise, casting a dramatic silhouette against the serene vineyards. They are a constant reminder of the enduring presence of nature in the ever-evolving world of winemaking. Beyond the Ranges lies Eden Valley, though it may not be immediately visible from this vantage point. Its contribution adds richness and diversity to the Barossa’s winemaking heritage.

The Finest at Artisans of Barossa isn’t just a wine tasting; it’s a transcendent journey through one of Australia’s most celebrated wine regions. It’s a homage to the tradition and innovation that define Barossa winemaking.

Essen, by Artisans of Barossa
Cirrus Riesling poured into a glass on a dining table

Dining

Located in the heart of a community of farmers and artisan producers who provision our kitchen, our menus reflect subtle changes in produce availability as we progress through the seasons.

Head Chef, Kane Bose.

Essen presents a contemporary, innovative interpretation of seasonal Barossa food with a two, or three, course spring menu. Open Wednesday to Sunday days for a 12pm - 3pm lunch service.

Open daily from 10am, Delikatessen offers relaxed all-day eats and drinks in the heart of Barossa. Artisan wines by the glass and bottle aside, this is also the home of our other passion – great coffee!