St Hugo - Barossa Valley
Briony Hume checks out a new wine-tasting benchmark in the Barossa Valley - St. Hugo.
Beresford Wines Tasting Pavillion
Kelly Golding visits Beresford Wines new Tasting Pavilion in McLaren Vale.
Encounter Coast Spirits
Callum Hann visits Encounter Coast Spirits near Victor Harbor.
Robe Town Brewery
Briony Hume investigates the new Robe Town Brewery, the only wood-fired operation in Australia.
Kelly Golding goes cruising in the Adelaide Hills with Signature Wines in their head- turning Cadillac.
Fizz in the Hills
A glass of bubbles signifies celebrations, good times and letting your hair down. Kelly Golding heads up to the gorgeous Adelaide Hills to learn more about the fine art of producing sparkling wine.
Kelly Golding visits Bellwether Wines housed inside the historic Glen Roy Shearing shed in the Coonawarra.
Mt Gambier Cellar Doors
Kelly Golding spends the day visiting 3 wineries in the Mt Gambier wine region which all offer something quite unique.
Tour De Vines
Kelly Golding hops on her bike for a Clare Valley adventure cycling the picturesque Riesling trail when she joins ‘Tour De Vines’
Fino at Seppeltsfield
Briony Hume heads to Seppeltsfield in the Barossa Valley, which has undergone an incredible transformation.
Delicious South Australian Ciders!
Callum Hann heads to the Adelaide hills to sample some amazing local ciders.
Coonawarra Wineries Walking Trail
The new Coonawarra Walking Trail links six wineries and other places of interest so it’s easier than ever to see this wonderful wine region on foot.
Adelaide's Wine Hub
Briony Hume investigates why the East End of Adelaide is such a great destination for wine lovers.
Beautiful Banrock Station
Kelly Golding revisits a Riverland favourite when she drops into Banrock Station Wine & Wetland Centre.
The Tasting Room at East End Cellars
Briony Hume checks out the Tasting Room. Here you can purchase and try a variety of wines, plus there’s also a gourmet take on the Enoteca for a hearty snack, or as part of a tasting.
New Adelaide Hills Cellar Doors!
Briony Hume heads to Lenswood and Mount Barker where she finds three stunning and unique cellar doors which will definitely give you a real taste of the hills.
Smiling Samoyed Brewery
Pete Michell spends the afternoon at the Smiling Samoyed Brewery. The range of craft beers at this boutique brewery-door offer a distinct freshness .
Prancing Pony Brewery
Pete Michell makes his way to Mount Barker to try Frank’s fiery brew at the Prancing Pony Brewery. And they're open every day!
Pete Michell visits a picturesque riverside cellar door between Waikerie and Morgan. Caudo Wines really has got the lot – history, nature, beautiful river views, great food and wine!
Tscharkes Place Winery
Pete Michell visits Tscharke’s Place in Marananga a European-style cellar door which evokes the German Heritage of the Barossa Valley.
Callum Hann visits Seppeltsfield Winery and Barossa Valley Brewing to try their brews. Callum also puts The Barossa Valley Brewing’s Pizza Oven to good use when he incorporates their very popular Bee Sting Beer into a quick and easy focaccia.
Kangaroo Island Farm Gate and Cellar Door Trail
Kangaroo Island is a great place to go exploring, and not just for the spectacular scenery, if you’d like to taste some of the island’s best wines and finest produce, then as Briony Hume discovers - the KI Farmgate and cellar door trail is f
Pete Michell takes a look some classics reborn in the Clare Valley! From the passenger seat of Daisy’s Classic Car - a Daimler Majestic Major, Pete visits the old Leasingham site, now transformed into Mr. Mick’s Cellar Door and Kitchen by r
Must visit McLaren Vale
Briony Hume takes a look at a couple of new places to visit in the Southern Vales - the new Angove’s cellar door and Ekhidna cellar door.
The Little Red Grape in the Clare Valley
Pete Michell finds a trilogy of treats at Sevenhill in the Clare Valley. It’s called ‘The Little Red Grape’ where you’ll discover a clever combination of food, wine and retail.
McLaren Vale Beer Company - Now at the historic Salopian Inn!
Pete Michell calls in for a Cleansing Ale at the McLaren Vale Beer Company now based at the historic Salopian Inn. Set to become South Australia’s 3rd largest brewing company Pete stops in for a tasting and a casual bite.