We’ve stumbled across a cellar door hidden in the Barossa that is just oozing with charm. Prepare to step into a magical wonderland (with a side of wine and cheese) when you visit Moorooroo Park Vineyards.
Proud custodians of a historic Barossa settlement in the beautiful Krondorf region of Tanunda, the House family have embraced the rich history and rustic decor, and created a beautiful experience for you to enjoy. You can sit back and relax in their David Austen rose garden, or savour classic Barossa reds in the stone tasting room. The property is situated on the banks of the famous Jacob’s Creek, so in between your vinos you can wander across the lawns to check out the picturesque scenery.
There’s a lot going for the Moorooroo wine range — to start, they specialise in hand-made, barrel aged, organically grown, small batch wines that are only available at their cellar door. Sounds like the perfect excuse for a road trip to the Barossa to stock up, if you ask us! Handcrafting their wines since 2004, the family passion hasn’t wavered one bit along the way.
Head winemaker, Wyndham, has a background as a trained chef and an obsession with bold wine, so it’s no surprise they’ve incorporated the two and served it on a silver platter at their cellar door. While tasting their carefully crafted wine flights, you can feast on paired cheeses or chocolates (or both!), or just choose a bottle of your fave wine and a cheese platter filled with local produce to enjoy.
If this all tickles your fancy, book a day trip to visit Moorooroo Park Vineyards in the Barossa — they’re open 11am to 5pm on Friday, Saturday and Sunday (and by appointment on all the other days). If you’ve got a group of six or more people, make sure to book in advance.
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