Exceptions:

Christmas Eve 11am - 3pm
Christmas Day CLOSED
Boxing Day CLOSED
New Year’s Eve 11am - 4pm
New Year’s Day CLOSED
Good Friday - CLOSED
Anzac Day 12pm - 4pm

Barossa Valley

Barossa Valley

The Barossa is arguably the most famous Australian wine region in the world. The Barossa includes both Barossa Valley and Eden Valley, making it one of the only areas in Australia to have neighbouring warm and cool climate growing conditions. Home to approximately 13,000 hectares of vineyards, the Barossa is most well-known for Shiraz, as well as Grenache, Cabernet Sauvignon, Riesling and Semillon.

The Signature vineyard

In 2015, Yalumba began planting 72,000 vines in the famous Light Pass subregion of the Barossa Valley. Planted here are 16 different Shiraz and five different Cabernet Sauvignon clones, sourced from the Yalumba Nursery – the result of more than 10 years’ work and 170 years of experience. The Signature vineyard is a contemporary site designed to allow for climate change for the next 100 years. Learn more about our sustainability initiatives on our Sustainability page.

The Tri-Centenary vineyard

The Tri-Centenary vineyard was planted in 1889, and boasts some of the some of the oldest Grenache vines in the world. To define what we mean by old vines’, we set up the Old Vine Charter. As a Tri-Centenary vineyard, the life of these vines has spanned more than three centuries.
The age of the vines and the large area of topsoil can result in vines producing larger grapes during the wet winters and springs in the Barossa. We use minimal irrigation management practices to keep grapes smaller and increase the intensity of flavours.

Steeple vineyard

The high quality Shiraz that the Steeple vineyard produces is a showcase of the unique terroir of Light Pass. Planted adjacent to the Light Pass church Steeple’ in 1919, this vineyard qualifies as an Antique Vine in the Old Vine Charter. During the last 10 years, this vineyard has become both organic and biodynamic certified, offering wines that genuinely reflect the changing vintages. The soil holds water well, allowing us to minimise irrigation and support the vines to reach their natural potential.

Learn more about our incredible estate

Healthy vines make great wine

Our innovative winemaking techniques complement our growing process. We are always looking for ways to better allow the natural environment to express itself through our wines.