'Moments in History' tastings at Seppeltsfield

Briony Hume signs up for a “Moments in History” tasting at Seppeltsfield, a flight of five carefully selected fortified vintages starting with 1977, the year that Elvis died and culminating in 1912, the year the Titanic sank.

One Paddock Currency Creek Winery

Briony Hume spends the afternoon at the newly-opened ‘One Paddock’ Currency Creek Cellar Door.

The Epicurean Way: Gorgeous Clare Valley

Callum Hann travels through the Clare Valley to discover some memorable foodie experiences via the Epicurean Way

Epicurean Way: A taste of McLaren Vale

Briony Hume gets a taste of McLaren Vale as part of the gastronomic road trip that is The Epicurean Way.

Epicurean Way: The Beautiful Barossa

Callum Hann returns home to the Barossa as he explores South Australia’s Epicurean Way- a tempting trail of fabulous food and wine adventures.

Epicurean Way: Sumptuous Adelaide Hills

We explore South Australia’s Epicurean Way, a tempting trail of fabulous food and wine adventures. Kelly Golding samples the sumptuous Adelaide Hills.

Grant Burge Winery Gardens

Michael Keelan takes a wander through the vineyards at Grant Burge Winery.

Longview Vineyard

Kelly Golding finds the perfect spot in the Adelaide Hills to drink in your surroundings.

Maxwell Wines

Callum Hann spends the day discovering mead, mushrooms and a McLaren Vale maze!

Beautiful Clare Valley

There’s been a few exciting additions to the Clare Valley since we last visited so today, Kelly Golding heads up to see what’s new.

D'Arenberg celebrates 100 years

D’Arenberg Wines is a wonderful South Australian success story. Briony Hume catches up with father and son team D’Arry and Chester Osborn and learns that while making wine has been a serious business for them these past 100 years, it has

Jacobs Creek Winery

Michael Keelan visits the iconic Jacobs Creek Visitor Centre and discovers a few surprises. Fresh produce for the centre’s restaurant is sourced from an impressive and very inspiring garden just across the creek. Michael also delves into the his

Mc Murtrie Mile

With more than 60 cellar doors, McLaren Vale offers visitors so much to choose from that it’s sometimes hard to know where to head to first. If you’re short of time you might like to try this idea: one day, one road, six very different expe

What's New in the Barossa!

Briony Hume heads up to the Barossa Valley and finds some great places to visit on your next day trip to the region. From where to find delicious wood oven pizzas to a wine tasting retail experience, we show you another couple of reasons to visit the Bar