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If you’re already in the area, why not make a weekend of it? The Adelaide Hills is one of Australia’s most exciting wine regions, with stunning cellar doors and plenty of dining options ranging from casual cafes to lavish degustation experiences. We have put together a list of our favourite wineries and restaurants in the Central Adelaide Hills to add to your itinerary.

CELLAR DOORS

Shaw + Smith
Located in Balhannah, Shaw + Smith’s tasting room is open daily with wine flights available from $20, presented in a seated style. Expect vibrant, medium-bodied expressions of Pinot Noir, Shiraz, Chardonnay, Riesling and Sauvignon Blanc that reflect their sites and region. Find out more →

Artwine
Founded by viticulturists Judy and Glen Kelly in 2008, Artwine focuses on ‘alternative’ varieties that are well suited to both the Clare Valley and the Adelaide Hills, where its vineyards are located. Tastings of current vintages are offered daily along with platters of local produce at its architecturally designed cellar door in Woodside, which offers captivating views of the region. Find out more →

Bird in Hand
A variety of different tasting experiences are available at Bird in Hand, including one showcasing five of their cellar door-only Italian varietal wines. Its onsite farm-to-table restaurant The Gallery offers a seasonal menu of standout dishes in an elegant yet relaxed environment. Find out more →

Golding Wines
Located on the outskirts of Lobethal, the Golding Cellar Door overlooks its estate gardens and more than 80 acres of vines including Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, Pinot Gris, Pinot Noir, Shiraz and Savagnin. The Golding Kitchen opens on Fridays and weekends serving an extended food menu featuring wood-oven pizzas, cheeseboards, platters and daily specials. Find out more →

 

LOCAL RESTAURANTS & DINING

Walk the Talk Cafe
A rustic kitchen and catering experience in Verdun serving up soups, salads, sandwiches along with Asian and Middle Eastern-inspired dishes. Ideal for a casual lunch before an afternoon of cellar door-hopping. Find out more →

Woodside Providore
Located in an attractive early 1900s building, Woodside Providore is a longstanding cafe that was completely renovated in 2017. Championing Adelaide Hills food and wine, it’s now open for dinner on Fridays and weekends, along with breakfast and lunch seven days. Find out more →

Hardy’s Verandah Restaurant
Overlooking idyllic Piccadilly Valley, Hardy’s Verandah Restaurant is located in historic Mount Lofty House, built in 1852 for Arthur Hardy. Magnificent views await, accompanied by either short or long story tasting menus. Sommeliers provide their wine matching services to provide the perfect complement to your dining experience. Find out more →