Artisans of Barossa Experiences

Customised

Artisans of Barossa is eight winemakers who share a like-minded approach to wine-making and wine drinking.

The collaboration of Chaffey Bros. Wine Co., Hobbs of Barossa, Lienert Vineyards, Purple Hands Wines, Schwarz Wine Co., John Duval Wines, Sons of Eden and Spinifex Wines represents a determined and heartfelt commitment to work together to promote the art of small-batch Barossa winemaking.

Facilities

Service Types

Food and Wine Tours

Disabled Assistance

Caters for challenges with learning and communication Caters for hearing impairment Caters for limited mobility Caters for people with allergies and intolerances. Caters for vision impairment Wheelchair access

Services

$10

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. The diversity of wine made possible by this intersection of a landscape and human hands, hearts and minds is unmatched, placing Barossa amongst the most exciting wine regions in the world. These wines are the starting place on your journey of discovery into the world of small batch Barossa winemaking (approx 30-40 minutes).

Disabled Access

Carpark Family Friendly

$195

A unique opportunity to explore the influence of the winemaker or the impact of origin on the character and flavour of Barossa wine through our acclaimed ‘‘Six Origins of Barossa Shiraz’ project.

This collaborative effort brings our winemakers together to explore the possibilities of Barossa wine expression from a single varietal.

Following your tasting guests will enjoy a lunch at Essen by Artisans of Barossa, your lunch includes four choices from our menu (approx. 3 hours). Coming Soon.

Disabled Access

$30

In just 20 years, the ranks of great Barossa winemakers have swelled as many new names have joined those of the establishment. A rarity in the wine world, emerging independent winemakers are privileged with access to some of the oldest and greatest Barossa vineyards from which they craft wines that earn their place in the region’s now firmly established fine wine narrative. Collectively, the Barossa’s name shines brighter than ever as Australia’s outstanding contribution to the world of wine, with the best wines of many of its smallest producers sitting comfortably on the lists of the finest, rarest and most collectable.

Get settled in our lounge, the best seats in our Tasting Room with views across the vineyards to the Barossa ranges. Indulge in a tasting of six wines, with access to our full tasting list including our Fine & Rare selection (approx. 45 – 60 minutes).

Disabled Access

$75

Tucked away off our Tasting Room is a private space reserved exclusively for our Artisans and our special guests. A place to relax and settle into a personal, hosted tasting and a deeper dive into the world of small batch Barossa winemaking. Minimum booking of 2 guests.

A private tasting presenting 6 wines covering the breadth of Barossa winemaking expression. An opportunity to dig deeper into the region’s heritage and cultures, the landscape and environment, and the approach taken by small producers to craft Barossa wine (approx. 60 – 75 minutes).
Coming Soon.

Disabled Access

$150

From each of our eight Artisan winemakers, we present their contribution to the list of Barossa’s most outstanding wines. Sourced from exceptional vineyards, and showcasing masterful winemaking combined with the freedom to push the boundaries in the pursuit of excellence (approx. 60 – 75 minutes). Coming soon.

Disabled Access

$15

The generation of small, artisan winemakers that emerged at the turn of this century have pushed the boundaries of what is possible in Barossa wine. And in doing so, have contributed to the forward progression of what Barossa wine represents to the world. Proponents of new interpretations of the Barossa’s hero wine styles, giving new life to old vineyards, bringing to light distinctive sub regional and single vineyard expressions, exploring varieties that have found a new home, or simply enjoying the opportunity to craft tasty wine from that which grows effortlessly in the local landscape. This is the legacy that this generation will pass to the next. These wines are your pathway to a journey of adventure in Barossa wine (approx. 30 – 45 minutes).

Disabled Access

$125

A unique opportunity to explore the influence of the winemaker or the impact of origin on the character and flavour of Barossa wine through our acclaimed ‘‘Six Origins of Barossa Shiraz’ project.

This collaborative effort brings our winemakers together to explore the possibilities of Barossa wine expression from a single varietal (approx 60-75 minutes).

Disabled Access

$145

A private tasting presenting 6 wines covering the breadth of Barossa winemaking expression. An opportunity to dig deeper into the region’s heritage and cultures, the landscape and environment, and the approach taken by small producers to craft Barossa wine.

Following your tasting guests will enjoy a lunch at Essen by Artisans of Barossa, your lunch includes four choices from our menu (approx. 3 hours). Coming Soon

Disabled Access

$195

A unique opportunity to explore the influence of the winemaker or the impact of origin on the character and flavour of Barossa wine through our acclaimed ‘Grenache Project’.

This collaborative effort brings our winemakers together to explore the possibilities of Barossa wine expression from a single varietal.

Following your tasting guests will enjoy a lunch at Essen by Artisans of Barossa, your lunch includes four choices from our menu (approx. 3 hours).

Disabled Access

$220

From each of our eight Artisan winemakers, we present their contribution to the list of Barossa’s most outstanding wines. Sourced from exceptional vineyards, and showcasing masterful winemaking combined with the freedom to push the boundaries in the pursuit of excellence.

Following your tasting guests will enjoy a lunch at Essen by Artisans of Barossa, which includes four choices from our menu (approx. 3 hours)
Coming Soon.

Disabled Access

$125

A unique opportunity to explore the influence of the winemaker or the impact of origin on the character and flavour of Barossa wine through our acclaimed ‘Grenache Project’.

This collaborative effort brings our winemakers together to explore the possibilities of Barossa wine expression from a single varietal.

Disabled Access

Nearby Things to Do

View All
Winemaker pouring a glass of red wine for a male customer.

Barossa Wine Tours

Angaston, Barossa

Daimler Tours

Avenue of Palms

Seppeltsfield, Light

Group B to B

Michael Hall Wines Experiences

Tanunda, Barossa

LP outside 1

Lou’s Place Barossa Valley

Rowland Flat, Barossa

Kym Kalleske

Kalleske Wines Winery & Vineyard Tours

Greenock, Light

Angaston Blacksmith Shop & Museum

Angaston Blacksmith Shop and Museum

Angaston, Barossa

Contact Us