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Eden Valley is a garden of grapes and gums. It’s next door to the Barossa Valley and together they make up the Barossa region. The Eden Valley has some superb cellar doors. Henschke is one of them. It’s one of the oldest wine names in the Barossa. Five Henschke generations have made wine. Their Hill of Grace Shiraz is world renowned. Visit the original two storey cellar, built in 1868. See open fermenters and memorabilia. The rustic cellar door has low doorways, stone walls and family portraits. It’s open Monday to Saturday 9:00am - 4:30pm. Fernfield Wines is operated by husband and wife team Scott and Rebecca Barr and is housed in a beautiful 1856 stone cottage. They offer a range of boutique wine experiences, including a wine and chocolate flight featuring their own handmade chocolates. Yalumba is Australia’s oldest family owned winery. It started in 1849. For the past decade, it has helped introduce Australians to new styles like Viognier and Tempranillo. Yalumba is a must see. Taste Eden Valley in Angaston is a collaborative cellar door. It brings together some of the region’s most impressive wines under one roof. Many are only available through Taste Eden Valley. Try wine from some of the region’s smallest and most exclusive producers. Learn about the region's distinctive wines and the people who make them. Relax in the bar with a glass of wine and regional nibbles. Enjoy the heavenly Eden Valley.
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