Discover the best top things to do in Angaston, Australia including Barossa Farmers Market, Barossa Unique Tours, Artisans of Barossa Tasting Room, Langmeil Winery, Tscharke's Place, Yalumba, Barossa Balloon Adventures, Whistler Wines, Lambert Estate Wines, Be Consumed Tours.
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4.5 based on 198 reviews
The Barossa Farmers Market: real food from the homes and farms of the Barossa Valley. We are a food-only traditional farmers market which operates every Saturday morning from 7.30am - 11.30am in the undercover Vintners Sheds, Angaston. Our producers sell a beautiful array of fresh fruit and vegetables (many of them organic), ethically raised meats, smallgoods, baked goods, fresh seafood, olive oils, vin cotto, confectionery, jams and preserves, teas and locally roasted coffee. We also have a breakfast bar, selling fresh egg and bacon rolls, fresh coffee, children meals, vegetarian and vegan options. Stock up on your fresh produce, buy a sweet treat and enjoy a delicious breakfast and coffee with friends. We look forward to showing you the best of the Barossa's food scene soon,
Local people told us that it used to be a wholesale market, but nowadays only on retail scale. Farmers would warmly invite you to taste the fresh fruits. Don't miss it as you will love the freshness of them followed by reaching your wallet.
5 based on 97 reviews
Travel in style and tantalise your sensors with Barossa Valley's most stylish, fun and informative private wine, food and sightseeing tours. Enjoy the comfort and thrill of riding aboard stunning custom built Trikes/motorcycles, a classic Mustang Convertible or pure luxury in a modern Jeep Grand Cherokee. Indulge in the splendour, history and romance of Australia's most famous wine region. All of our guides have exceptional wine knowledge and we ONLY do private tours, so you will always have a personalised and memorable experience. Private Wine Tours, Custom Tours and Sightseeing Tours with Seating for up to 3 people on the trikes (including in helmet intercom) or Mustang or up to 4 people in our luxury car.
My husband and boys were lucky to have a ride on the trike around the discovery park barossa whilst touring with the surise weather team after winning a competition. The gentleman riding the bike was very friendly and helpful. My boys being under 8 could only go around within the caravan park slowly. But friends we were with, went for a ride and just loved the experience. I would definitely like to do it again and try out some wineries along the way, perfect way to get around, seeing the sights, taste testing some wines and having a designated driver!
4.5 based on 193 reviews
Artisans of Barossa is a group of like-minded producers with a common goal to protect and promote small batch, sub-regional winemaking. We are six individual wineries, with different winemaking styles representing the breadth and diversity of our home – Barossa. What binds us together is a commitment to making inspirational wines that uphold the culture and traditions of Barossa. Artisans of Barossa is home to Hobbs of Barossa Ranges, John Duval Wines, Massena, Schwarz Wine Co., Sons of Eden and Spinifex. We have a Tasting Bar, the Artisans Lounge and on-site restaurant - Harvest Kitchen.
Visited as a group of five (three from overseas) & arrived 15 mins before 3pm, but were only allowed to choose from the selections menu. We chose the three meat, three cheese platters and considering these are $35 each, we were completely shocked and disgusted at the small serving size. All tasted delicious, this certainly wasn’t the issue, but the prices really need to be evaluated. Unfortunately, it won’t be on any of our recommendations lists.
4.5 based on 243 reviews
Langmeil Winery offers guests a relaxing friendly place to visit. The Gardens are beautiful and child friendly. Ample tables and chairs to enjoy some yummy wines with a picnic box of local produce (or take it with you) from the lovely staff at Cellar Door. Wine tastings are free, or you can book in for a special premium wine tasting and tour for $50 a person (bookings essential) showcasing the Freedom Cellar and tour of the old gnarly Shiraz vines believed to be the oldest in the world. The old Blacksmiths workshop and stables speak the history of ye ole Langmeil Village - one of the first settlements in the Barossa. There is something for everyone at Langmeil Winery. Closed Christmas Day, Boxing Day, New Years Day and Good Friday.
Langmeil came highly recommended and it didn’t disappoint! After a long hot day, where most wineries wouldn’t allow our dog inside, Langmeil staff was more than happy to have him in! And the wine was even better! We left with our 9 bottles and will...MoreThank you for visiting us and bringing your pooch! Glad you didn't go hungry too! Look forward to your next visit.
5 based on 107 reviews
Damien and Eva Tscharke have created a unique space with their German style cellar door build, home to Tscharke Estate grown and crafted wines and Tscharke Barossa Pottery. A must visit when in the Barossa, not only for the architectural elegance of the cellar door building but also to gain an insight into sustainable grape growing practices and an introduction to alternate emerging Mediterranean varieties. A tasting wouldn't be complete without sampling a regional classic or two. Open Monday to Sunday 10am to 5pm Closed Christmas Day, New Years Day and Good Friday
This Winery has a great cellar door and a fabulous ambience. Does not have a restaurant but does special meals when a large booking is made. My husband and I have also attended one of these which was incredible, there were about 50 or more...MoreHi Ross K, Thank you for taking the time to share your experience and the for the lovely words. We're glad you enjoyed the ambiance of our tasting space and the garden area. Hoping to see you again soon at our place.
4.5 based on 164 reviews
Very hot day but carpark had amazing huge trees to park under. Great Gardens to walk through to get to cellar door. Very welcoming staff yet not pushy. So knowledgeable on their wines and the history of Yalumba. Have to say it was a very...MoreThanks for visiting us Sue, our grounds are certainly a welcome green respite in the middle of summer. We hope to see you on your next visit to the Barossa. Cheers
5 based on 266 reviews
Barossa Balloon Adventures offer a 1 hour sunrise hot air balloon flight with a delicious Barossa breakfast after the flight. Barossa Balloon Adventures have been ballooning in the Barossa Valley for over 30 years. Which makes us the longest running ballooning company in SA (since 1986), therefore the most experienced at flying over the Barossa. Justin (the pilot and owner of the business) has a safety record second to none. Our reputation for professionalism, excellence, fun and above all, safety are at the heart of our operation. That’s why we’re number 1 on TripAdvisor. So come and experience the magic and wonder for yourself. We love what we do and we’re sure you’ll love it too !!!
Arrived before 4 the first morning packed up and went to check wind speeds.
Unfortunately too windy,try again tomorrow
Same time next day, winds from different direction and decide to travel 40 minutes to Blanchetown.
Once in the air we were glad to be over the Murray as there was more to see across the flight
On return to base a lovely breakfast was cooked and served by Justin's mum and dad .
Complimentary certificate with option to buy DVD
4.5 based on 136 reviews
Whistler Wines produce fine wine from Marananga in the heart of the Barossa Valley. Our cellar door is set amongst native bush surrounds, and the vines which we source our wine. Take the time to sit in our settings and enjoy the food, wine and relaxed atmosphere, or visit our rescued kangaroos. Time your visit to enjoy one of the many events we hold throughout the year, or let us keep the kids entertained while you enjoy your wine tasting experience.
Plenty of space for the kids to run around, and a little playground for them, so our can enjoy the wine tasting in peace. Beautiful bush setting. The wines are nice, interesting mixes and a good change from the classic Barossa flavours. Also a large...MoreHi Kerrie, We are so glad you were able to enjoy your wine tasting while the kids had some fun out on the playground, they always say parents need wine the most! We'll see you next time you visit the Barossa. Cheers, Ellen
5 based on 68 reviews
From across the world to the Barossa Valley, the Lambert Estate story is a family love story - for each other, for wine, and for the Barossa. Located in the heart of the Barossa, Lambert Estate produces a range of premium, handcrafted and critically acclaimed wines.
We visited Lambert Estate as part of an AATKings itinerary. This is a serious winery!! We enjoyed several wine samples before a nice lunch--served on platters and topped off with some chocolate port. Of course this is a family business and they are right on their game--very nice
5 based on 131 reviews
Full private day tours of South Australian wine regions, incl Barossa, Clare, Hills and McLaren Vale. An amazing tour experience, hosted by a Barossa Valley vigneron.Ideal for groups but we take couples as well. When in Barossa, get to learn how to prune or pick grapes (season permitting) see the Roenfeldt Hill vineyard and its Corkscrew Method vines. Your host, Wayne, loves to cook you a gourmet lunch or dinner at his vineyard too. It is quite unique in the world to be able to tour a premier wine region with an award winning winemaker who has strong culinary skills as well.
I booked a full day tour through Wayne for my Mum’s 60th birthday. On the day he was very welcoming, passionate and down to earth.
The wineries we visited were amazing and we were spoilt by the winery staff, including extra free tastings and a tour around their wine cellar which was very special.
Wayne was very patient and we did not feel rushed.
We had a morning cheeseboard which was set in a beautiful location by the lake at 1847 wines. The 3 course lunch was at Wayne’s small winery shed with a beautiful view of the surrounding area.
He warned us that his shed was very simple and not to expect too much, but we found it to be very well planned out and clean. He had everything set up and in place to provide us a delicious lunch. The whole experience was very personal which we really enjoyed.
He also shared with us his future plans for improving his winery facilities which was exciting to hear and really shows how passionate he is about providing the best experience for his guests.
I would definitely recommend this tour to anyone who wants a personal experience by a very knowledgeable wine maker.
Thank you again Wayne for your great company on the day and making my family’s first wine tour one that will very hard to beat.
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