What a wonderful family owned and run winery. The stories told that Match each wine enhanced the whole tasting experience - delicious wine, my favourite is the Barefooter Merlot.
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What a wonderful little cellar door to visit. We totally enjoyed our visit to this little gem. It was cold, wet and a miserable wintry day outside but all was forgotten once we were warmly welcomed inside. The heaters were on, the presentation of the...More
I cannot say more than that. This was the real stand out on a recent Barossa winery tour. I was made to feel very welcome. The wines tasted were excellent, the winery and family history very interesting and the platter I scoffed absolutely delicious. I...More
I don't know where to start... I was never a Shiraz person until I visited this beautiful little gem just outside the Barossa Valley. Delicious food and delicious wine. Two Charlies, Iron Fist, Mrs Savvy- Three of the best wines I have ever tasted. I...More
Amazing review thank you!
This cellar door was part of a Barossa tour. Interesting and informative tastings. Beautiful range of wines. Loved the time spent at this winery. Cheers Norm.
Thanks so much we think norms amazing too! See you again soon
Fantastic service, beautiful wines and great atmosphere. Definitely worth a visit. Norm is a marvel, he made us feel at home and was very informative about the wines and their history.
You wouldn't know it has so much history. Since 1919 its been making great wines and so individual from the mass marketed (and often over-blended) large wineries. Their Tempranillo is up there with the best of them, but it is the "Pump Jack" Cabernet that...More
The service in this was very friendly and helpful. The wine was good. Loved the stories of how the names of the wines came about. Elise's Dad, was generous with information for our further explorations of the Barossa.
Stopped at TeAro for a lunch platter arranged by the tour company we were on for the day. We escorted to our table for a platter of local meats, bread and the Pate to die for! The wine tasting was done at our table by...More
We visited this winery as part of a full day winery tour. The service was fantastic, very personalised and described the wines beautifully as well as the stories that accompany the wine making. Very relaxed and Norm, our host, was friendly, welcoming, interesting ad entertaining!...More