Stanley Lambert is a premium, boutique Barossa Valley winery in Tanunda which is in the heart of the Barossa Valley about 90 minutes north of Adelaide in South Australia.Lindsay Stanley has been making wine in the Barossa Valley for 30 years and now embraces the concept of "Two Families working as one" since he joined partnership with Jim Lambert...more
Seppeltsfield is a area near Tanunda,that has been set up in 1851,as a family home and vineyard. You could spend hours wandering around here,either tasting the wines,walking around the most beautiful area or visiting the family mausoleum. Some of the wines we tasted were very nice..and they certainly have a great range of treats to go with the...more
There are dozens of wineries through the Barossa Valley with free wine tasting, ranging from the world famous Jacobs Creek to the small family-run places. Be sure to join a tour or set aside plenty of taxi money if you plan to taste more than 1-2 wines. All of those tastes add up and you dont want to get in trouble!more
There are so many wineries in the Barossa Valley. The little Boutique wineries are great fun to go to, and they can offer some gorgeous wines(and foods). Penfolds is right in Nurioopta, and offers in my opinion, some well priced red wines, as well as some Grange Hermitage for those on a wealthy budget.For an everyday sparkling wine,Cockatoo Ridge...more
There is great shopping for the antique and good second hand shop goods in Tanunda.Wandering up the main street,you will find a number of these shops, and its often difficult to not buy!!!! After you have finished shopping, stop and eat and one of the little wonderful cafes that are abundant.more
Just to drive around the Barossa Valley and see all the vineyards is spectacular at any time of the year. The acres and acres of vines make a beautiful backdrop to an awesome area of our beautiful state.You will notice that at the beginning of the rows of vines, a rose bush is often planted. That is because if there is a disease present, the rose...more
We have stayed here a couple times when the Weintal was booked out, much to my dismay. The rooms...more
Corner of Seppeltsfield Road and Stonewell Road, Tanunda, 5351, Australia
Good for: Business
Nitschke Road, off Krondorf Road, Barossa Valley, Tanunda, 5352, Australia
Satisfaction: Very Good
Good for: Business
The minute you walk into this restaurant, you know that you are in for a treat! It offers four separate dining rooms..so you can always achieve that intimate feel.Much of the food is of local origin, and of course being in the famous Barossa Valley, the wine list is extensive!The name of the restaurant is derived from the age of the building . Its...more
This is a very upmarket restaurant on the main street of Tanunda. The atmosphere inside is cozy and romantic, but would also be appropriate for a lunch or dinner business meeting. The food is excellent which is reflected by the high prices. I have only eaten here once, but I had a scotch steak with an amazing eggplant tapenade and mashed potatoes....more
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Have a great day out, without worrying about drink driving. There is a great little bus company that I see daily taking tours to the Barossa!!! (as I live on the route that they take through the scenic adelaide Hills). The buses are not overly big, so there will only be about 16 people aboard. They take you to the Barossa Valley, around selected wineries, and to a nice bbq for lunch..Also visits the Whispering Wall, and the Giant Rocking Horse(on my Adelaide page) Fun seems to be had by all. All this for around $70.00 per person!!!!
We visited Langmeil Winery in Tanunda, at the request of Tina/perth! What a good choice that turned out to be!
When there try their 2005 Three Gardens Shiraz Blend. Its a wonderful red..and not expensive at about $20.00 a bottle..
If you order through their website, then you get another discount .
Langmeil Winery can be found at the corner of Para and Langmeil Rd Tanunda, in the heart of our wonderful Barossa Valley.
If you are in your own car, or in a hire vehicle, remember that all those wine tastings add up, and in South Australia we have drink driving laws that are very strict.. The limit is 0.5 for fully licensed drivers, and nil alcohol for drivers to the age of 19.(known as P Platers)
Why not take the picnic basket to Seppeltsfield, buy a bottle of your favourite wine at the cellar doors, and have a day in the glorious picnice area...Its a great area for the kids to run around and the adults to have a catch up! There are beautiful gardens,vineyards and many birds and animals to see.more