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Taste Eden Valley chosen by Gourmet Traveller WINE Magazine as Best Tasting Experience in the Eden Valley region

Gourmet Traveller WINE award
this to cellar doors who offer outstanding tasting experiences. It is focused
on the quality of the wines available for tasting.

Now in its third year, Gourmet
Traveller WINE’s Cellar Door Awards is a fantastic guide for wine lover’s to
ensure they have best possible experience in whichever wine region they find

Australia’s leading wine writers
including Mike Bennie, Peter Bourne, Tyson Stelzer, Peter Forrestal, David
Brookes, Jeni Port and Ken Gargett traversed the country to check in on every
wine region and determine the star cellar doors, best tasting experiences and
who serves the finest food in Australia’s diverse and evolving wine scene.

In determining the award
recipients, Gourmet Traveller WINE writers searched for the most outstanding
cellar doors by judging the quality of wine, staff knowledge and service,
stemware, food, atmosphere and venue.

“It’s a pretty tough selection
criteria and we’re proud to be awarded this accolade” says Melissa Raymond,
Taste Eden Valley proprietor. “It really is testament to the 16 Eden Valley
wine producers we have listed at Taste Eden Valley. With over 60 wines to
choose from there is always something to make everyone’s tasting experience

Taste Eden Valley is a wine room (cellar door) in Angaston, showcasing
16 wine producers from the Eden Valley wine region. Eden Valley is most famous
for its Riesling, yet the varied topography and balanced climate also produce
award-winning Shiraz, Chardonnay, Merlot, Zinfandel and Viognier.


Taste Eden Valley
6 Washington Street, Angaston
Open 10am to 5pm all other days
Closed Good Friday and Christmas
(08) 8564 2435

Here you will find the wines
of Forbes & Forbes, Cheffey Bros., Irvine, David Franz, Hutton Vale,
Dandelion Vineyards, Eden Hall, Radford, Heathvale, Poonawatta Estate, Eden
Valley, Brockenchack, Hartz Barn, Springton and Z Wines. Henschke's wines are
also available when their cellar door is closed.