Enjoy the relaxed atmosphere at CRFT's Tasting Room, overlooking the beautiful NASAA Certified Organic 'Arranmore' Vineyard. Winemakers Candice Helbig and Frewin Ries (a wife-and-husband team) specialise in small-batch, single-vineyard Pinot Noir, Grüner Veltliner and Chardonnay. Pull up a pew at the sunny terrace bar or plonk yourself beside the roaring stone fireplace on cool days, and taste through wine flights, wine by the glass or bottle, and local cheese grazing plates. By the way, CRFT is pronounced 'craft'.
Friday to Sunday, 11am – 5pm
45 Rangeview Drive, Carey Gully
Set in a vineyard with sweeping views of the Piccadilly Valley, Greenhill Wines offers tastings of their elegant high-altitude wines with winemaker Paul Henschke, including their signature MC Sparkling Rosé. The renovated stone cottage has a cafe with an open fire in the winter and an inviting deck in warmer weather and serves Mediterranean-style lunch prepared on-site by Penny Henschke.
Friday to Sunday, 10am – 5pm
1016 Greenhill Road, Summertown
Lofty Valley Estate specialises in estate grown cool climate Chardonnay and Pinot Noir, but include Rose and Sparkling. Our winery, brand new cellar door and boutique vineyard afford the wine lovers Gold Medal wines, excellent views and is located between Ashton, Summertown and Uraidla.
Friday to Monday, 12pm – 4pm
Tapanappa is the ongoing mission of celebrated winemaker Brian Croser and his family to make world-class wines from the most distinguished sites in South Australia. The winery and cellar door sit at the foot of the oldest planting in the Adelaide Hills – The Tiers Vineyard – globally recognised for its outstanding Chardonnay. The cellar door offers a full tasting range, wines by the glass and light accompaniments, in a picturesque setting overlooking the vineyard.
7 days a week, 11am – 4pm
15 Spring Gully Road, Piccadilly
For over 150 years the Wotton Family have worked productive, rolling farmland situated in Uraidla. The recently opened cellar door set amongst the vines offers tastings, wines by the glass and local grazing plates. With a wine in hand, it’s a lovely experience to meander over to the pavilion to enjoy a relaxed afternoon amongst the vines and views.