Tag Archives: Barossa Valley

Charles Melton Wines

Disclaimer: I am not an expert in wine. My views of the wines and cellar doors are based on my personal experience. It’s mostly on my interaction with the staff and owners. One of the wineries that left me with … Continue reading

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Grant Burge Wines

Disclaimer: I am not an expert in wine. My views of the wines and cellar doors are based on my personal experience. It’s mostly on my interaction with the staff and owners. Grant Burge wines can be bought in Singapore … Continue reading

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Kellermeister Wines

Disclaimer: I am not an expert in wine. My views of the wines and cellar doors are based on my personal experience. It’s mostly on my interaction with the staff and owners. We bought the most expensive wine of the … Continue reading

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South Australia Road Trip – Day 3

Our last full day at Barossa Valley. We started the day with shopping at the mall, followed by more wineries visiting. It was a pretty short day as we had to leave early the next day to catch our ferry to … Continue reading

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Greenock Brewers

Though the main objective of our trip was to visit as many wineries as possible, we won’t mind stopping over at a nice brewery to try some fresh craft beer. Greenock Brewers is a micro brewery dedicated to the creation … Continue reading

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Seppeltsfield Wines

Disclaimer: I am not an expert in wine. My views of the wines and cellar doors are based on my personal experience. It’s mostly on my interaction with the staff and owners. Let’s start of with the interesting history… “In … Continue reading

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Tscharke Wines

Disclaimer: I am not an expert in wine. My views of the wines and cellar doors are based on my personal experience. It’s mostly on my interaction with the staff and owners. The pebble walkway leading us to the cellar … Continue reading

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