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All reviews grant burge cellar door wine tasting frittata platter lunch friendly staff sunny day nice wine barossa valley bread great tasting great knowledge lovely setting first stop tasting area great service tasting room
A large cellar door bathed in natural light makes a pleasant area for sampling wine from one of the region's more commercial winemakers. Some excellent selections available and helpful staff to guide your palate choices.Plenty of parking available.
Great winery with staff that could were knowledgeable on the wine. Relaxed and easy to visit and taste some of the best wine in the Barossa. Views were beautiful as you ate a fresh lunch and enjoyed a glass of grape!
Nigel was our host, went through the wines extremely accurately and very logical offering great value wines, the staff have always professional, do not believe some negative reviews, they are usually people who are into 200 selfies and expect to walk in and all the...More
A Great place, interesting place and Good wines. Friendly staff. Will definitely be going back. They offer meals etc. although we did not partake.
Staff did mention they were investigating Scoopon Deals. So watch this space.
We visited this awful place today (25/08/18), it was not busy when we arrived. We wanted to do some wine tasting, and then perhaps eat some cheese and enjoy the view etc. We entered the tasting area and got served by a gentleman with absolutely...More
This is our second visit to Grant Burge Wines and we were delighted to see that Rae was again hosting our tasting. We thoroughly enjoyed her welcoming approach and her descriptive knowledge of the wines. She had a great way of imparting her wine wisdom...More
I’ve always liked Grant Burge wines, so we decided to visit.
The guy giving the tastings was a really bad used car salesman with a smart mouth.
I disliked him enough not to buy any Wine from the cellar door, which is really unusual for...More