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Fino Seppeltsfield

From humble beginnings in a little stone cottage on the Fleurieu Peninsula, Fino has evolved into one of Australia's best restaurants, now ensconced in the gorgeous 1851 Seppeltsfield estate west of Tanunda. Food fr…
Top Choice Cafe in Tanunda

Red Door Espresso

A decent cafe shouldn't be hard to create, but it's rare in the Barossa for good food, coffee, staff, music and atmosphere to come together this well. The avocado and basil-infused eggs Benedict is a winner, best co…
Winery in Tanunda

Seppeltsfield

The atmospheric, bluestone Seppletsfleld estate started life in 1851 when Joe Seppelt stuck some vines in the dirt and came up trumps. Now it's one of Australia's most esteemed wine brands, most famous for its 100-y…
Modern Australian in Tanunda

Hentley Farm

What? Yet another of SA's best restaurants here in the Barossa? Correct. Hentley Farm is a top-quality outfit, occupying an 1880s stables building on Hentley Farm itself, now more given over to grapevines than anyth…
Modern Australian in Tanunda

1918 Bistro & Grill

This enduring restaurant occupies a lovely old villa (1918), set back from the street beneath a massive Norfolk Island pine. It's a sophisticated affair serving adventurous Mod Oz: try the duck pâté with crab salad,…
Bistro in Tanunda

Harvest Kitchen

It's all about share plates at Harvest Kitchen, a solitary old bluestone house in Tanunda's western back blocks (an area called Vine Vale). Order a bunch of them, converse and share in some of the Barossa's most cre…
Southeast Asian in Tanunda

Ferment Asian

In a lovely old stone villa fronting onto Tanunda's main street at a jaunty angle, Ferment always does things a little differently. What sounds exotic is actually refreshingly simple: try goi sup lo (cauliflower wit…
Craft Beer in Tanunda

Barossa Valley Brewing

Beer! Real beer, here amongst all the wine! On Tanunda's southern fringe, BVB has a paved terrace beneath some astoundingly big eucalypts, just made for an afternoon with a few easy-drinking IPAs. You can also peer …
Winery in Tanunda

Chateau Tanunda

Wow, check out the architecture! This monumental stone winery was built in the late 1880s, complete with a 18.5m castellated tower, and sits adjacent to some of the oldest vines in the valley, dating back to the 184…
Winery in Tanunda

Rockford Wines

One of our favourite boutique Barossa wineries (OK, so it is our favourite), this 1850s cellar door sells traditionally made, small-range wines, including sparkling reds. The Black Shiraz is a sparkling, spicy kille…