We've tasted here many times over past years and it's always warm and welcoming. This year we decided to try their tasting platter for lunch - it was great value, with cheeses, meats, quince conserve, sundried breads, crackers, dried fruits, nuts and olives. Coupled with a glass of the red each, we were satisfied and ready to face an afternoon of wine tasting in the Barossa.
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