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Tipple of Gin Experience

A fun shared wine tour and lunch then finishing off with a Gin tasting flight at a local distillery. Showcase both Barossa Wineries and Distilleries

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Paddle Boat Cruise & Eden Valley Tour

A 3 hr cruise & lunch on a Paddle Boat & Eden Valley Wine Tasting Tour with 2 course lunch. Leaving at approximately 9.00am from your Barossa Accommodation. Scenic drive through the ranges maybe spot a koala or kangaroo in the wild. Then we make our way to the cruise part of our day on the Captain Proud Paddle Boat for a 3 hour 2 course lunch cruise. After the cruise we further discover Eden Valley with a possible stop at a winery or two. Arrive back to Barossa approx. 4pm.


Chocolate and Fine Wines

Celebrate the relationship between great wines & chocolates with a wine and chocolate matching class Tour customised to meet your needs and wine preferences. Regional platter lunch at a premier winery included. A unique experience with an opportunity to meet and try wines with Barossa winemakers.

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25 Best Barossa Wineries & Wine Tours to Try in 2024

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These Are Some of the Best Barossa Wineries to Visit & Wine Tours for Wonderful Wine Tasting Experiences in Australia

Renowned by many as one of the world’s greatest wine regions, Barossa Valley is the quintessential South Australian wine destination. The Barossa Valley is home to the oldest Shiraz and Grenache vines, which are still in production worldwide. As captivating as its soil, the valley’s history is layered and complex, leaving one yearning for more. With gently undulating hills draped in vines as far as the eye can see, the region offers a tranquil escape.

Barossa produces big, bold Shiraz and delicious Cabernet Sauvignon, Grenache, and Mataro. Barossa also produces some of the best red blends in the country. With over 150 wineries and 80 cellar doors, including hidden gems and well-known ones, the Barossa Valley offers wine lovers plenty of choices.

Most visitors opt for a day trip out of Adelaide to Barossa Valley. However, the small towns of Seppelsfield, Angastun, and Tenunda also provide a good base for exploring the wine region.

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Adelaide Airport offers a convenient gateway for those seeking to reach the famed Barossa Valley. For those arriving internationally, connecting through Adelaide Airport is necessary. For a smoother and more enjoyable travel experience, choose airlines such as Qantas or Virgin Australia.

These airlines provide top-notch service, a range of flight options, and comfortable seating arrangements. You can  get updates on flight deals as they arise  with Kayak.

Trains such as the Indian Pacific and Great Southern by Journey Beyond also offer a unique mode of transportation to Southern Australia.

While public transportation in the region is minimal,  renting a car offers the ideal mode of transportation . However, taxis are also readily accessible, requiring just fifteen minutes’ notice to reach most destinations within the valley.

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A brief one-hour drive from Adelaide’s city center leads to the heart of the Barossa Zone. The most direct route is via the Northern Connector, which takes you to Tanunda in central Barossa. Here you’ll find plenty of restaurants and shops.

After arriving in the valley, visitors are greeted with a wide selection of large-production well-known brands, alongside smaller family-owned estates with the owner/winemaker leading the tasting room. The list below features a combination of large and small wineries, as well as wine tour operators who cater to different preferences.

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Barossa Wine Tours and Unique Wine Tasting Experiences

Make your own wine in barossa valley.

If you’re looking for a guided experience within the valley, there are numerous tour options and bespoke experiences that will leave you with lasting memories. You can even  make your own wine  at the famed Penfolds estate.

Luxury Door-to-Door Cellar Tour

For those seeking to avoid driving, CP Tours and Charters offers a highly-rated  luxury door-to-door cellar tour , including hotel pickup and drop-off in Adelaide. The company will also plan the tour company selects four wineries for you, so you don’t have to do the planning. The tour includes wine tasting fees and lunch.

Full Day Barossa Wine Tasting

Alternatively, See Adelaide offers a  full day wine tasting trip  that includes four wineries, if you’re looking for more options.

Custom Barossa Valley Wine Tours

Cellar Door Tours also offers customized tours to some of the most interesting wineries in Barossa.

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Wine Tour & Village Experiences

Bums on Seats  offers a similar full-day tour with funny and engaging tour guides. You’ll cruise through the quaint villages of Lyndoch, Tanunda, and Angaston, stop at five wineries and also make a stop at Maggie Beer Farm (discussed in more detail below). This tour also includes hotel pickup and drop-off from Adelaide or Glenelg.

Hop-on-Hop-Off Barossa Wine Region Tour

Finally, one popular option offered by Trail Hopper is a  hop-on-hop-off the bus wine region tour , which allows you to travel at your own pace, making stops at up to 12 wineries and eateries along the route. This is a grape way to really immerse yourself in Barossa.

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Best Wineries to Visit in Barossa Valley

Murray street vineyards.

Murray Street, Greenock

+61 8 8562 8373

What Guests Like About It: The tasting room atmosphere feels like being invited into someone’s home.

Murray Street Vineyards in Barossa Valley’s Western Ridge sits among the winery’s Greenock hillside vineyard. A warmly furnished tasting room resembles a comfortable living room. The adjacent brick structure and trellis covered patio both provide ample seating with room for larger groups.

The winemakers produce only small batch wines using estate grown grapes. A knowledgeable wine ambassador walks guests through a comprehensive wine tasting that includes where the grapes were grown, the varietal, the wine’s characteristics, and other useful information to understand more about the wine being tasted.

The flight starts with a Semillon guaranteed to wake up your taste buds. Next, guests taste a Provence style rosé, then on to Murray Street’s rich, luscious reds. The Artisan Cabernet Shiraz remains the Murray Street favorite. Platers of local artisan cheese and produce are available. Open daily, reservations encouraged.

1 Adelaide Road, Greenock

+61 4 8863 8488

What Guests Like About It : Tasting with the winemaker/owners in an unpretentious setting.

This is not your traditional cellar door. Instead, Ballycroft is a working winery, where groups of one to eight guests are invited into the production facility to taste wine. In a unique and personal experience, visitors learn more about wine production with either Joseph or Sue Evans, winemakers/viticulturists/owners. These two do it all at this boutique winery.

Joseph says he makes “old-school style wines.” From the Montepulciano to the Mataro, to the Cabernet Sauvignon, each of the Ballycroft wines reflects a labor of love. Reservations highly recommended.

131 Krondorf Road, Tanunda

+61 8 8563 2720

What Guests Like About It : The history and well-preserved buildings and grounds.

A favorite Barossa winery, this 1850s cellar door sells traditionally made, small-range wines, including sparkling reds. It’s known as the “School of Rockford ” because so many Barossa Valley winemakers got their start in the wine business by working and training here. True to its history, Rockford continues to employ old-fashioned techniques to make their wine.

The winery makes an excellent Semillon and Riesling. The Alicante Bouchet is their best-selling wine. Open daily. Walk-ins accepted but due to its popularity, reservations are recommended.

348 Roennfeldt Rd, Marananga

+61 885688123

What Guests Like About It: Big wines full of character and sense of place.

Torbreck Winery Barossa Valley

Torbreck , a prominent winery since its establishment in 1995, is renowned for producing big, bold wines that reflect the region’s unique terroir. Recently, the winery unveiled a new tasting room and outdoor patio. The airy and inviting tasting room boasts floor-to-ceiling windows. Both the tasting room and outdoor patio offer stunning views of their vineyard.

The winery’s wines command a high price in the market, thanks to a string of high Robert Parker scores. For those who prefer the cult Napa Valley Cabs but are doubtful about Barossa Shiraz, the Laird is a must-try. Other notable highlights include the Woodcutters Semillon and Les Amis Grenache. Open daily, reservations encouraged.


730 Seppeltsfield Rd, Seppeltsfield

+61 8 8568 6200

What Guests Like About It: Its rich history and original estate property.

Seppeltsfield , established in 1850, stands as a testament to the early days of the Australian wine industry, steeped in a rich history that draws in visitors from around the world. The estate features several original 1900’s structures, including the family home, which can be toured, providing a glimpse into the past.

The cellar door showcases several remarkable features, such as a large restaurant named Fino, an art center displaying locally made ceramics, artwork, and glass, and a variety of stunning landscape features, including an ornate fountain. Visitors should reserve extra time in their schedule to engage with the artists showcasing their creations at Jam Factory.

By booking in advance, visitors can choose from several tour options, including a private visit to the historic barrel museum, with a chance to taste up to five different 100+ year old tawnies from the barrel. Seppeltsfield offers an immersive experience, perfect for those seeking to explore the region’s rich wine-making heritage. Open daily, reservations essential.

Side Note:  A fascinating piece of history surrounding Barossa Valley is the story of the perfectly planted palm trees that line the roads leading up to Seppeltsfield. It was none other than the Seppelt family who orchestrated this remarkable feat, employing all of their winemaking staff during the Great Depression between 1914-1918 to plant the trees. This not only created a striking visual for visitors to enjoy but also enabled the family to support their hardworking team members during the challenging financial climate of the era. The Seppelt family’s commitment to their staff and the region’s beauty is a testament to their enduring legacy in the Barossa wine industry.

376 Seppeltsfield Rd, Marananga

+61 88652-4922

What Guests Like About It: Great tasting room, very affordable wines.

Tscharke , a renowned organic and biodynamic winery in Barossa Valley, offers a diverse range of wines for visitors to sample. The tasting room, located in a charming house, features unique fixtures and offers locally made ceramics for sale. The winery includes a tranquil outdoor sitting area, ideal for unwinding and taking in the beautiful surroundings, and an underground cellar used for immersive tasting experiences.

The winery’s location amidst the rolling hills of Marananga provides a picturesque backdrop, enhancing the overall experience for visitors. Tscharke’s wines offer a unique expression of the region, showcasing the passion and commitment of the winemakers to their craft. Open Monday to Saturday, reservations recommended.

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Peter Lehmann

Para Rd, Tanunda SA 5352, Australia

+61 88565 9555

What Guests Like About It: The legacy of Peter Lehmann and his significance in Barossa Valley.

Peter Lehmann  winery has established itself as a significant player in the wine industry over the past 44 years, with the 2023 vintage marking its 44th anniversary. The winery’s long-standing relationships with growers and winemakers have contributed to its success, even after the passing of Peter Lehmann himself.

Casella Brands has done an admirable job of preserving Peter’s legacy and vision of supporting the growers of Barossa Valley. The winery purchases most of the grapes it uses from local growers, many of whom have had personal relationships with the Lehmann family for decades. Peter Lehmann wines come at an accessible price point, ranging from $20 to $100 per bottle. Among their highlights is the Black Queen Sparkling Shiraz, a remarkable expression of the region, and an ideal addition to any holiday meal. Additionally, the winery’s premium line, 8 Songs, offers an exceptional tasting experience, showcasing the winery’s commitment to quality and craftsmanship. Peter Lehmann’s winemaking heritage is reflected in each bottle, making it a must-visit destination for wine lovers visiting the Barossa Valley. Open daily, recommended.

3174 Barossa Valley Way, Nuriootpa

+61 88562 4488

What Guests Like About It: Old vines, new wine making techniques.

Established in 1893,  Kaesler  is a family-owned winery that has undergone a transition of ownership over the years but has remained committed to producing exceptional wines. The winery is renowned for its experimental wines, including a whole bunch Grenache and the “Old Bastard” Shiraz. Kaesler’s Cabernet Sauvignons stand out as a personal favorite in the region, offering a unique expression of the terroir.

For guests who really want to immerse themselves in the wine experience, Kaesler offers six onsite cottages for rent. Vineyard tours available.

Kaesler’s commitment to quality and innovation has earned it a place among the most celebrated wineries in the Barossa Valley. Open daily, reservations recommended.

1428 Keyneton Rd, Keyneton SA 5353, Australia

+61 8 8564 8223

What Guests Like About It: The winery’s historic cellar and family history.

Henschke is a winery located in the Eden Valley wine region of Barossa, South Australia. The winery was founded in 1868 by Johann Christian Henschke and has been in the family for six generations. Today, the winery is run by Stephen and Prue Henschke, who continue the family’s tradition of producing exceptional wines.

The winery is best known for its Shiraz wines, which are highly regarded for their complexity, depth of flavor, and age-worthiness. The Hill of Grace Shiraz is the winery’s flagship wine, and it is considered one of the best Shiraz wines in Australia. The Hill of Grace vineyard was first planted in the 1860s and is one of the oldest vineyards in Australia.

In addition to Shiraz, Henschke also produces a range of other wines, including Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Riesling, and Semillon. The winery’s wines are all made using traditional winemaking techniques, including hand-harvesting, open-top fermentation, and aging in French oak barrels.

Visitors to the winery can take a guided tour of the historic cellar, which dates back to the 1860s, and sample a selection of the winery’s wines in the tasting room. The winery also offers exclusive food and wine experiences via private plane. Open Monday through Saturday, reservations recommended.

Tom Foolery

517 Stockwell Road, Light Pass

+61 8 8564 2214

What Guests Like About It: Cheeky wines of bold character.

Founded in 2004 by Ben Chimpan and Toby Yap,  Tom Foolery  is a small winery that offers exceptional wine quality. Both Chimpan and Yap had previously worked at Rockford Winery as part of the wine-making team before embarking on this venture. Tom Foolery’s dedication to producing seriously good juice has earned it a reputation as a standout among the region’s wineries.

The winery’s property boasts plantings of Tempranillo, a Spanish grape that thrives in Barossa’s unique climate, and is a personal favorite of many. The tasting room may be small, but the wine production is even smaller, allowing for a more intimate and personalized tasting experience. Open Thursday through Monday.

The winery also offers a one-bedroom cottage onsite for rent.

Artisans of Barossa

24 Vine Vale Road, Tanunda

+61 8 8563 3935

What Guests Like About It: Eight Barossa Valley wineries in one destination.

Artisans of Barossa  is a not-to-be-missed destination for wine enthusiasts visiting Barossa Valley. Featuring a tasting room for eight different wineries, it includes John Duval, Spinifex, and Sons of Eden, as well as two delicious restaurants. Artisans provides a unique opportunity to sample a wide range of exceptional wines all in one location.

With lovely outdoor seating and a sprawling lawn perfect for children to run and play, Artisans offers an idyllic setting to relax and unwind. In addition to the wine, the restaurants serve delectable dishes that provide sustenance after a long day of wine tasting. Artisans of Barossa is the perfect destination to experience the region’s diverse wineries and cuisine all in one place. Open daily, reservations recommended.

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Fino at Seppeltsfield

730 Seppeltsfield Road, Seppeltsfield

+61 88562 8528

Fino Seppeltsfield is located in the heart of the village next to the Seppeltsfield cellar door. Using local produced and food sources, Fino offers the best in Barossa Valley seasonal dishes. Open daily for lunch. Reservations required.

Maggie Beer’s Farm Shop and Restaurant

50 Pheasant Farm Road, Nuriootpa

+61 88562 4477

Maggie Beer , a Barossa institution known for artisan prepared foods, offers visitors a farm shop filled with locally prepared food products, a restaurant called The Eatery, and onsite accommodations.

Maggie Beer’s coffee is not to be missed, and its selection of pate, cheeses, and baked goods offers a delightful selection of provisions for a day of wine-tasting. Maggie Beer’s attention to detail and commitment to using locally sourced ingredients has earned it a place as a noteworthy destination for food and wine enthusiasts alike. The Eatery is open Thursday through Monday, reservations required. The Farm Shop is open daily and open to all visitors.

Vintners Bar and Grill

752 Stockwell Rd, Angaston

+61 8 8564 2488

Nestled between the vineyards in the heart of Barossa Valley,  Vintners Bar & Grill  is a charming dining destination that is open for both lunch and dinner. The restaurant’s idyllic location surrounded by vines offers a picturesque setting for a memorable dining experience. The presence of local winemakers dining here is a testament to the exceptional quality of the restaurant’s food and service.

For wine enthusiasts, Vintners Bar & Grill boasts an impressive wine selection, including reasonably priced wines from Barossa and the old world, providing a diverse range of options to complement the menu. Although the restaurant’s menu is small, it features a well-curated selection of local delicacies that reflect the region’s unique culinary traditions. Visitors are encouraged to book ahead and request a window table for a breathtaking view of the surrounding vineyards. Open for lunch daily, dinner Monday through Saturday. Reservations recommended.

Hentley Farms

Gerald Roberts Rd, Jenke Rd, Seppeltsfield SA 5355, Australia

+61 8 8562 8427

Arguably the best restaurant in Barossa valley,  Hentley Farms  is a two-hatted restaurant that utilizes produce sourced from their own garden. Reservations are required, and the meal comes with a hefty degustation price tag. Needless to say, it is worth the price. Open for lunch Thursday through Sunday.

Even if you can’t make it to the restaurant – go for the wine. The cellar door is based in an old sheep shearing shed, with antique accents, the tasting is conducted in what feels like your grandmother’s living room. Wines are quality across the board, especially their Riesling and a side-by-side comparing of the Beauty and Beast Shiraz.

Where to Stay in Barossa Valley

Nestled in the heart of Australia’s premier wine region, Barossa Valley offers a variety of luxurious accommodations for those seeking a top-notch experience. Here are three of the finest luxury hotels in Barossa Valley that stand out for their unique amenities and proximity to must-visit wineries.

This  five-star hotel is a wine lover’s dream , boasting an extensive list of 500 wines and hosting regular wine tastings and experiences. Its 15 spacious and elegantly furnished suites offer guests an immersive and intimate wine country experience. The rooms are equipped with private terraces overlooking the vineyards, and the hotel’s restaurant, Appellation, offers an innovative and delicious regional menu made with fresh, locally sourced ingredients.

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Kingsford the Barossa

This magnificent 19th-century homestead turned luxury boutique hotel is steeped in history and charm. The Kingsford the Barossa property offers seven beautifully appointed rooms, each with a unique style and character. The hotel’s location, just a short drive from some of the region’s top wineries, makes it an ideal base for exploring the valley. Guests can also take advantage of the hotel’s outdoor pool and spa, indulge in a gourmet meal at the property’s award-winning restaurant Orleana, and enjoy a range of outdoor activities such as hiking and horseback riding.

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Seppeltsfield Vineyard Cottage

The  Louise’s sister property , this secluded, luxury cottage offers guests the ultimate wine country escape. Set amidst the stunning Seppeltsfield Vineyard, the cottage offers two spacious bedrooms, a fully equipped kitchen, and a cozy living room with a fireplace. Guests can relax on the private deck overlooking the vineyards, enjoy a glass of wine by the fire pit, and take a leisurely stroll through the vineyards. The cottage’s location makes it an ideal base for exploring the valley’s top wineries, including Seppeltsfield, Henschke, and Yalumba.

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The Barossa Valley in Australia is renowned for its warm and Mediterranean climate, which is characterized by hot, dry summers and mild winters. During the summer months, which run from December to February, temperatures can soar up to 40°C (104°F), while winters are milder, with average temperatures ranging from 8-16°C (46-61°F).

When visiting the Barossa Valley vineyards, it is important to pack appropriately for the weather conditions. For daytime visits during the summer months, visitors should pack light, breathable clothing such as cotton or linen, and a hat to protect themselves from the sun. Sunglasses, sunscreen, and comfortable walking shoes are also essential. In the evenings, the temperature drops, and visitors should pack a light sweater or jacket to keep themselves warm.

During the winter months, visitors should pack layers of clothing to stay warm during the chilly mornings and evenings. Warm jackets, scarves, and gloves are also recommended. Comfortable walking shoes are still essential.

It is important to note that the Barossa Valley is a casual destination, and there is no need to dress formally. Visitors can wear casual, comfortable clothing during their visit, particularly when visiting the wineries and cellar doors.

Peruse the  Winetraveler Shop  for some of our trending casual vineyard-hopping apparel. Ideal for exploring the vineyards and indulging in the region’s famous wines.

The Magic of Barossa Valley

One could spend a lifetime immersed in the wonders of Barossa Valley, learning something new each day. Despite our team haven taken four trips and invested countless hours researching and visiting wineries in the region, there is still an abundance left to discover. Some of our writers have worked as sommeliers in Australia for years, sharing and selling these exceptional wines to guests. Our authors have gained a unique perspective and understanding of Barossa’s most exceptional producers. These journeys have served as a jumping-off point for sharing these remarkable places with others, in the hope that they too may someday experience the magic of Barossa Valley.

Frequently Asked Questions About Barossa Valley Wineries & Wine Tours

How can i visit barossa valley wineries.

Planning a trip to the Barossa Valley wineries promises an unforgettable journey into the heart of South Australia’s wine country. Just a stone’s throw away from Adelaide, the valley beckons with its sprawling vineyards and cellar doors, offering world-class Shiraz and other varieties. Breathtaking vistas, sumptuous local gourmet delights, and the charm of winemaking traditions make the Barossa Valley a paradise for wine connoisseurs. Whether you choose a guided tour or explore at your own pace, the region’s welcoming ambiance guarantees a taste of the Barossa Valley’s unique viticultural heritage.

How many wineries does Barossa have?

The Barossa Valley in South Australia is home to over 150 wineries. This includes a mix of well-established names with international recognition, as well as boutique wineries.

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Where is Henschske situated?

Hi Louis, Henschke is located in the Eden Valley sub-region of the Barossa. (Address: 1428 Keyneton Road, Keyneton SA 5353, Australia). You can find it about 20 kilometers northwest of the town of Angaston and about 77 kilometers northeast of the city of Adelaide.

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BAROSSA VALLEY &  eden valley

They call it “the jewel in our wine crown”. The globally renowned Barossa is situated one hour north of Adelaide. It is a scenic and rich valley which produces some of the world’s finest Shiraz, Cabernet, Grenache, Mourvèdre, Tempranillo, Semillon, Chardonnay and many other Mediterranean and French varietals.  The Eden Valley, in the Barossa ranges, is at a higher elevation and with cooler, slower ripening conditions. This area produces the region’s most sought-after Rieslings. There are well over 100 cellar doors in the Barossa, ranging from the larger more well-known producers of Orlando, Wolf Blass, Penfolds, Yalumba and Peter Lehmann to the amazing small producers, who operate by appointment only. The Barossa is steeped in history, with some beautifully crafted award-winning wines and a unique collection of old fortifieds.  It is the local legends and their amazing stories that paved the Barossan history and its brand. It harbours some of the oldest commercial vineyards in the world, some over 170 years old. The Barossa has spectacular wines and landscapes, amazing restaurants and locally produced cheese and smallgoods. There is the amazing town of Greenock, Maggie Beers farm shop, the Barossa Chocolate Company and a few craft brewers and gin distillers. You can really experience more than just wine. It is a great place to mix it up, relax and indulge.


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2 x winery tastings (tastings are all-inclusive)

Lunch (lunch is at guest’s expense and choice)  we are more than happy to assist with recommendations.

From $450 1-2 guests

Approx. 10:30am start and 4:30pm finish.

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3 x winery (tastings are all-inclusive)

Lunch (lunch is at guest’s expense and choice) we are more than happy to assist with recommendations.

From $550 1-2 guests

Approx. 9:30am start and 5:30pm finish.

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A special day out, a milestone birthday or perhaps a proposal. Let us make it a special day out for both of you. An all-inclusive day with all the extras for a relaxed and memorable experience. We will connect with you prior to the tour to help shape the best day out.

2 x exclusive luxury private tastings

Multi course degustation

From $1250 for 2 guests (2 people max.)


Wine and Cheese

For the people who know where they want to go or have been given recommendations from friends. You may want to mix the day up with different activities besides wine tasting. We can work with you to make your tour a great experience.

Tastings inclusive

Lunch is at guest's expense and choice. We are more than happy to assist with recommendations. 

Approx. 9:30am start and 5:30 finish

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We have provided a list of wineries in Eden Valley open for visitors with direct booking options through our website. We hope you will discover what makes the region special and enjoy your exploration of distinguished Eden Valley. All wineries & vineyards in the region have cellar door sales and great selection of wine tourism activities.

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Eden Valley

The Eden Valley wine region is a land of rugged beauty and premium wine. A place to escape and explore. 

In Barossa’s high country, Eden Valley is one of Australia’s top cool-climate wine regions. Its pockets of hidden vineyards are surrounded by hills and ancient red gums. Native wildlife, boutique wineries, and food and wine events add to the list of reasons to visit. 

Eden Valley is home to a passionate wine community of fifth- and sixth-generation growers and influential winemakers who never settle for second best. The wines here are some of Australia’s best and brightest.

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climate and altitude

Set up in the hills, Eden Valley has a cool climate with lower temperatures than the Barossa Valley next door. The vineyards at higher elevations are much cooler than those lower down. 

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the environment

Eden Valley is in South Australia’s Barossa Ranges, a little over an hour’s drive north-east of Adelaide. It neighbours Barossa Valley and together they make up the Barossa Zone. 

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Summer days are warm and sunny in Eden Valley with the temperature dropping at night. Winter requires coats and scarves, and often an umbrella too.

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The varied terrain means there are different soil types ranging from loamy sand to clay loams. 

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Eden Valley has a long tradition of making Riesling and it’s world-class – elegant with intense citrus flavours. The best wines can be aged for a decade or more but can also be enjoyed young and fresh. 

Premium cool-climate white wine that’s rich with flavours of melon, green apple and cashew. 

Smooth red wine with vibrant fruit flavours that make it unique to the Eden Valley wine region. It’s ready to enjoy straight away and top-quality wines will also age for many years. 


Deeply coloured, full-flavoured yet elegant red wine with excellent ageing potential. 


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Eden Valley is located in the Barossa Ranges, it got its name when the surveyors of the area found a tree with Eden Carved in it !

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A wine tour to Eden Valley with ExperienceSA would be a great way to experience the region’s premium cool climate wines and learn about the area’s rich wine-making history’s region is known for producing premium cool climate wines, with a winemaking history dating back to 1847. 

Eden Valley’s signature varieties are Riesling and Shiraz, but the region also produces Sauvignon Blanc, Semillon, Chardonnay. Pinot Gris, cabernet Savignon,and Merlot, which are among the best wines in Australia.

Eden Valley is Boutique Wine Region, The cool climates allow the region to produce some of the best Rieslings and Shiraz, Sauvignon Blanc, Semillon, Chardonnay, Pinot Gris, Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot.

These wines are produced by 5th generation winemakers and have some of the worlds oldest shiraz and Riesling Vineyards.


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Eden Valley winery: Finest Riesling and Shiraz

Eden Valley is Australia’s premier cool climate wine growing region that, together with the neighbouring Barossa Valley, is home to some of South Australia’s most prestigious wineries.

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While the so-called ‘Barossa Zone’ is renowned for its signature Shiraz (known elsewhere as Syrah) and several other red grape varieties, the elevated vineyards of Eden Valley are ideal for creating internationally acclaimed aromatics that include the country’s finest Riesling.The portfolio of Eden Valley wineries includes instantly recognisable producers such as Henschke as well as Riesling specialists Pewsey Vale among over 40 premium estates in the region that can be explored as part of typical wine tours.

At Wine Paths, our local expert can organise exclusive Eden Valley winery tours, which can include elaborate tastings, luxury stays, fine dining experiences and some unique activities across Australia’s most revered wine country.All of our private tours can be tailor made to meet your exact requirements, ensuring every detail is taken care of so that you can relax and enjoy the matter at hand – sampling exquisite vintages surrounded by the country’s trademark natural beauty.

Among the wineries that we recommend is the awarding winning Yalumba – Australia’s most historic family-owned winery with a history of viticulture dating back to 1849 and now managed by fifth-generation chairman Robert Hill-Smith.Yalumba is the only winery in the southern hemisphere to have its own on-site Cooperage, where barrels are hand crafted from oak to give their wines even more character. Visitors to Yalumba can wander the manicured grounds framed by the Wine Room or enjoy the outdoor sunshine with a wine-paired picnic beside the historic clock tower for an unforgettable experience.A typical visit to an Eden Valley winery will include exploring the vineyard and cellar accompanied by a professional guide before an opportunity to sample several premium wines that are often accompanied by gourmet food pairings featuring local cuisine.

Known as the ‘Garden of Grape and Gums’, Eden Valley vineyards cling to the rolling hills among the Mount Lofty ranges north of the state’s capital Adelaide. It is the raised altitudes – with most estates nestled on exposed slopes at altitudes between 380-500 metres above sea leave – that provide a cooler climate for the region’s plantings to flourishAlthough the Eden Valley wineries produce a range of traditional and alternative grape varieties, including Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Gris, the region’s wines are dominated by Riesling and Shiraz.Eden Valley Riesling has been applauded by critics around the world for its potent citrus and floral aromatics with concentrated flavours restrained by a vibrant acidity, which are famed for their cellaring potential.

Shiraz is the region’s other signature variety, with Henschke’s Hill of Grace widely regarded as one of Australia’s finest ever wines. The styles from Eden Valley are typically medium-bodied, highly scented and extremely complex with layers of fruit flavours – while the best examples can be aged gracefully for decades.  Wine tourists can sample some of Henschke’s world class wines as part of our exclusive tour of the ‘Barossa Zone’, which also includes a visit to Hutton Vale Farm in the nearby Barossa Valley; together these wineries have over 350 years’ experience.

Eden Valley itself is a small, quaint town that rests between picturesque vineyards and thatches of ancient red gum trees. It is an ideal place to enjoy a slower pace of life surrounded by beautiful scenery, which includes the Kaiserstuhi Conservation Park where visitors can marvel at spectacular panoramic vistas.

If you are interested in visiting an Eden Valley winery, visit our Australia destination page for more information and inspirational ideas before planning a bespoke trip.


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Discover the history of the Barossa

This All inclusive Barossan Wine and Heritage tour will allow you to soak in the sites, tastes and history from 3-4 destinations with food and wine pairing. 

Includes: Collection from your Barossa Accommodation. Experienced driver / guide with local commentary. Sight seeing, Food, wine & chocolate pairings

3-4 Pre-booked winery visits. Wine tastings and lunch included. Bookings Essential.   Contact me for more information, or additional guests

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Visit some iconic sites around Eden and Barossa Valley. Options include, lookouts,  historic buildings, Gardens, Cheese Company, Dried Fruits, Chocolate, Beer, Gin. One or Two cellar door wine visits.

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Known for its cool climate white wines, most notably its Riesling, it is home to an estimated 50 wineries throughout the region Choose your cellar door destinations or let me guide you in the right direction

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Hello, I'm Wendy, your friendly local tour guide. Meet Terry, my Toyota Tarago, which comfortably seats up to 6 passengers and is ready to take you on an exploration of the Barossa. Despite facing the challenges of the global pandemic, I've accumulated over 7 years of experience as a tour guide and had the ambition to start my own business. This led to the creation of All Barossa Tours, offering personalized guided experiences tailored just for you. Spending a day with me feels like hanging out with a friend.

Having lived in the Barossa for more than a decade, approximately 70 kilometers northeast of Adelaide city, I take great pleasure in sharing its traditions, cultures, and history with visitors. With a background in cellar door sales and extensive experience driving Barossa tours, I enjoy discussing local vines, wines, and the vibrant community, ensuring your day is both enjoyable and memorable

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Edenvale’s Tasting Room

Enjoy the finest we have to offer in our beautiful Tasting Room, which we run out of our refurbished carriage house. The welcoming, historic estate and friendly staff will make your visit memorable.

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Sun-Wed: 12:00pm – 6:00 pm Thurs-Sat: 12:00pm – 7:00pm

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A visit to our beautiful tasting room with formal gardens is well worth the stop. Relax and enjoy a glass of wine or cider with good company on our patios or tour the beautiful historic gardens. The views are memorable– take in Oregon pear orchards, vineyards and the Siskiyou mountain range. Families are encouraged and welcome. 

We produce internationally award-winning wines and ciders; Tempranillo, Syrah, Cabernet, Malbec, Merlot, Petite Sirah, Grenache, Viognier, Chardonnay and various white and red blends. We also produce our very own estate-grown, organic pear cider and cranberry/pear blend. We feature flights for tasting, light fare to pair with wines and talented wine educators to inform and entertain while you visit.

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Become a member of Edenvale Winery’s Wine Club and receive three wines every quarter, plus receive discounts on featured wines, special invitations to winery events and more.

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We feature a broad selection of wines that reflect the diverse micro-climates of Southern Oregon. Purchase our wines online or call our Tasting Room for personalized service.

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For regulars who love to enjoy a glass of wine on our beautiful property. We are introducing our new  Cheers! To You Ticket  that includes 6 glasses of our premium wines or ciders for $50.  Keep your card on file and enjoy discounted wines by the glass.  Give it as a gift to beginner wine drinkers or to someone who enjoys a frequent glass – either way, it makes a wonderful gift.  Our location is perfect for getting out of the house and yet has lots of space to walk or meet a friend.

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We are centrally located and very easy to find. Follow the I-5 and county road signs to Eden Valley Orchards and Rogue Valley Wine Center.

Southern Oregon is home to more than just great wine.  Full of rich agricultural history, incredible art, award-winning food destinations, and pristine wilderness, there is something for everyone during your visit.  

Please note: Because we are a historic property, restrooms are not ADA accessible, and guests need to climb at least five stairs to enter the Mansion.

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Eden Valley is a region located in South Australia, known for its production of high-quality wine, particularly Riesling and Shiraz. There are many wineries in the region that offer tours, tastings, and other experiences for visitors. Here are a few wineries in Eden Valley that are known for their tours and tastings:

  • Pindarie Wines: Located in the heart of Eden Valley, Pindarie Wines offers tastings of its award-winning wines, as well as guided tours of the winery and vineyards.
  • Henschke: This renowned winery is known for its Hill of Grace Shiraz, and offers tastings and tours of the winery and vineyards.
  • Z Wine: Z Wine is a small, family-owned winery that offers tastings of its wines in a stunning setting, with views of the Barossa Ranges.
  • Eden Valley Estate: This winery offers tastings of its range of wines, as well as guided tours of the vineyards and winery.
  • ArtWine: ArtWine is a small, family-owned winery that offers tastings of its award-winning wines, as well as guided tours of the vineyards and winery.

These are just a few examples, and there are many other wineries in the Eden Valley region that offer tours and tastings. It's a good idea to research and compare different options to find the tour that best fits your interests and budget.


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6 Mar, 2024

Dave Brookes spent a decade living in the Barossa, specifically the Eden Valley. Now Halliday Wine Companion’s official taster for the region, there’s no one better to show you around.

It’s just different up there, over the Eastern Range. It’s sparser than the valley floor; more spread out and filigreed. You’re not bumping into vineyards on every turn. You’ve got to work harder to unravel its charms. And there are many... I’m going to presume you may be arriving perhaps late on a Friday afternoon. This is a fine plan.

There are plenty of accommodation options ranging from B&Bs to hotels around Angaston, but there can be no better place to stay than the J.H.A. Stone Cellar on the beautiful Hutton Vale Farm . Your hosts will be the wonderful Angas family, pioneering landholders in the Eden Valley since John Howard Angas established Hutton Vale Farm in 1843.

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As an inquisitive wine traveller, your immediate hierarchy of needs are context, hydration and sustenance. A visit to the rustic Hutton Vale cellar door will be a swell start. Drink the wines, ask questions of the property’s history, its walking trails, the produce; Jan, John and Caitlin are a font of local knowledge.

Tonight, we’ll head into Angaston and visit the mighty Casa Carboni for dinner. Matteo and Fiona Carboni’s enoteca and Italian cooking school is one of the gems of Angaston and a Friday night dinner there is a great way to kick off any visit to the region. You’ll be mingling with locals and visitors alike and the delicious food makes the most of the region's best produce.

Should a bearded gentleman be waiting on your table and giving you killer wine suggestions, that would be Tom Shobbrook of Shobbrook Wines, one of our country's leading natural winemakers. Have a word in his ear and see if you can organise a visit to his property to try some wines whilst you are here.

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Breakfast and coffee at the Barossa Farmers Market follows, before we embark on the day's tasting adventures at Yalumba , just on the outskirts of Angaston.

Established and family owned since 1849, a visit to the Yalumba tasting room is a must. There are several different tasting experiences on offer, giving you the chance to explore some of the estate's icon wines and, if time permits, go for a wander around the impressive grounds and visit the cooperage to see the barrels being made.

Henschke is our next visit. We peered into the near distance and looked at the Hill of Grace vineyard, planted in 1860, on our morning walk. There are a range of tasting options available at the beautiful Henschke cellar door, from the ‘Discovery’ experience up to the full-blown 2.4 hour ‘Hill of Grace experience’ and winery tour. Now’s your chance to try Australia’s most renowned single-vineyard wine.

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We’ve soaked up a lot of regional history this morning and tummies are rumbling so we’ll drive through Keyneton to Eden Valley township (hydration available in the way of Coopers Green at the Eden Valley Hotel, if required) and take a right to visit Poonawatta .

We’ll make the most of this lovely cellar door, trying Poonawatta’s excellent range of wines before settling down next to the ancient river gums for a gourmet platter and a glass of their delicious riesling.

Back in the car, we’ll head up Seven Steps Road, perhaps calling in to taste at Shobbrook Wines if we tee’d up a time with Tom at dinner last night, before heading right into Heggies Range Road, left into Tanunda Creek Road, pulling into the carpark at the Kaiserstuhl Conservation Park for a quick post-lunch walk to spot some kangaroos before heading back to our accommodation to chill in the mid-afternoon.

Post-sundowners, we head into Angaston for dinner at Otherness, Grant Dickson’s awesome cellar door, wine bar and bottle shop. Make sure you try Grant’s Otherness wines, choose a bottle off the shelf and settle in for the most delicious meal imaginable, perhaps trying some Hutton Vale lamb or that delicious artichoke dish if it appears on the menu.


Eden Valley day two

Today’s theme is ‘choose your own adventure’. We dug deep into the region's history yesterday. Now it’s time to look to its future.

Being savvy wine travellers, we know we sometimes need to put in the legwork and make some calls/emails prior to our visit to secure some appointment-only tastings. This is where the magic happens; deep conversations about site and aspect, samples drawn from bottle and barrel. It’s the real deal. This would be my shortlist:

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I always drive out of the Eden Valley the scenic way: via Springton, Mount Pleasant (great butcher!), Mount Torrens, Oakbank and Stirling (visit Les Deux Coqs for incredible pastries and charcuterie) before swooping down the freeway and skirting Adelaide to the airport.

It seems gentler this way. There’s less separation anxiety. You’ll understand.

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My personal style signifier is my uniform: I have a cold outfit and a hot outfit. In the heat, I wear beige cotton trousers and a blue cotton jacket; in cold weather, a brown corduroy suit. That’s it. I have plenty of jackets and trousers, but I always dress the same. I’m lucky because I have lived with fashion designer Stephan Janson for 42 years and he designs my outfits for me.

Furniture and objets in the loggia which is lined with 18th-century Moroccan tiles. On the shelves is a collection of medieval Moroccan shards

The last thing I bought and loved was a 15th-century wooden frieze from an antique dealer in Tangier. It’s about 20cm high and 3m long, and it really dances. A frieze is the connection between the wall and the ceiling; you see them in mosques and religious buildings. I keep mine in my sitting room.  

The sitting room is Pasti’s favourite room in his house, where he reads, chats with friends and sleeps

The place that means a lot to me is Rohuna, my countryside home, which overlooks a stupendous valley in northern Morocco. I started building this huge garden and cottage 25 years ago and have since planted more than 1,500 trees: oak, strawberry, palm and plane. Now we have lots of visitors, so we can help our neighbours in the village. It’s a very beautiful place; I spend more than six months of the year there.

The skeleton of a dolphin on a Spanish kitchen table

And the best souvenirs I’ve brought home are the things I find walking. Every day when I am in Rohuna I bring back a nest, a bone, a nice root, a dead butterfly or a little branch. I love the shapes and textures. I couldn’t say I have a favourite one because I have tens of thousands of these things! My pockets are always full. I keep them in my houses in Tangier and Rohuna, where they are all over the place. Madness.

Pasti at the doorway to the garden

I have been rewatching David Attenborough’s documentaries, particularly the episode about birds of paradise . The seduction scene is one of the most beautiful things I’ve ever seen: for a boy to seduce a girl, he transforms himself into a dancer – he could be Nijinsky! It’s amazing what nature can do.

In my fridge you’ll always find salad, tomatoes, grated carrots – and not much else. I have a passion for grated carrots, which I buy from the people who sell vegetables below my house. I like them with oil and vinegar or lemon, or orange and mint, like the Moroccan salad.

Pasti’s fridge is always full of salad

I’ve recently rediscovered Marcel Proust, who was an obsession of mine when I was younger. I’m re-reading À la recherche du temps perdu for the third time. It’s not the only book I’m reading but it keeps me company on the table next to my bed. One of the things I like is how different your understanding of the book is according to your age and what’s happened in your life: when I was young, I loved all the love and the jealousy. Now I’m completely fascinated by the social relationships. It’s so complex.

Christopher Gibbs, Pasti’s style icon

My style icon is the late Christopher Gibbs, an old friend and antique dealer. Also Martina Mondadori , founder of Cabana magazine , who is full of interest. More than style icons, they are two people I admire. Both moved or move in their own time: Christopher in the ’70s and ’80s, and Martina now.

Seats in the garden: ‘When you lose yourself in nature, a good idea can arrive’

The best way to spend €20 is to go to a bookshop in Milan, where I spend four months of the year, and buy a good book . Unfortunately, all the small bookshops are closed, but even if it’s a big chain bookshop, I visit three times a week. As a writer myself, I’m always interested to see what’s come out.

I’ve recently rediscovered Marcel Proust, who was an obsession of mine when I was younger

I laugh a lot , and happily, at very stupid jokes. And while reading novels, mostly classic 20th-century British novels: Angus Wilson, Ivy Compton-Burnett, Ronald Firbank – that sort of stuff. Then there’s the bitter laughing, which is when you laugh at the pretentiousness of people – mostly well-off people – and how they take themselves seriously. But age makes you more tolerant… or more indifferent.

I don’t believe in life after death – but I hope for happiness after death. I’ve always been an optimist.

Pasti’s uniform in the heat is beige cotton trousers

The best gift I’ve given recently is a little collection of begonias to my Moroccan assistant, Mohamed. He’s becoming more and more interested in plants and loves begonias in particular. The collection started with 12 or 13 species, but now I’m excited because he called me to say he’s getting more. There are hundreds of begonia species. The most stunning thing about them, more than their flowers, is their foliage: the leaves come in unbelievable shapes and can be pale green, yellowish or dark green with white dots. It’s a big world, begonias.

His whale skull – a gift from a friend – hanging among the begonias in the loggia

And the best gift I’ve received is an enormous whale skull that a friend found on the beach overlooked by Rohuna. When I say enormous, it must be 4m or 5m long. I hung it at home in Tangier, which was very complicated as we had to find a big chain. 

Medieval Moroccan inscribed tiles and framed 16th-century tiles from Seville in the dining room

I have collections of so many things: Islamic tiles, old toys, carpet fragments, old fabrics… do you want me to go on? I also have collections of ferns, begonias, irises and daffodils. At the moment I’m most involved in my collection of Moroccan wildflowers, which may be the most important collection of its kind in the world.

The last items of clothing I added to my wardrobe were 12 shirts made by Stephan. I don’t buy often, but Stephan knows the sort of fabrics I like. I prefer having 12 done at once as they’ll last me for years. 

His tower of Roman, Byzantine and Islamic column capitals in the sitting room

An object I would never part with is something I’ve been building for more than 10 years: a tower made from ancient capitals [the top sections of columns] that I keep in my living room. At the moment there are nine stacked on top of each other, including Roman, Byzantine and Marinid, an Islamic dynasty that ruled Morocco from the mid-13th century to the 15th. It’s more than 4m high and I’d love for it to reach the ceiling. It looks like a Piranesi fantasy.

Medaillon Moroccan red wine from his collection

An indulgence I would never forgo is red wine, which I drink when it gets dark. I love Italian wines. I’m not very much a Chianti person, but I like lots from northern Italy: Barolo or something Piedmontese. 

If I could, I’d collect Oceanic art, which I’m mad for. It’s so beautiful, mad and free. These huge, stunning pieces are made from nothing with such a strong religious feeling. I have a few pieces from Papua New Guinea, but they cost too much to have more.

The grooming staple I’m never without is sunblock . My doctor tells me I should always have a tube in my pocket. I don’t have a favourite – I just go to the pharmacy and buy one with a strong filter. 

Whale vertebrae displayed on top of an 18th-century wardrobe in the sitting room

My favourite room in my house is my big sitting room in Tangier, where I keep my column of capitals and whale skull, and where I like to read, chat with friends – and sleep. I usually have a very nice nap on the sofa after lunch. 

My favourite building is a very moving mosque in Cairo called Ibn Tulun. I’ve been many, many times. The tower is an elliptical shape; to see other towns from up there is something extraordinary.

My favourite app is Windfinder , which I use for gardening. In Morocco, wind is very important, not only for the rain, but also because, if we have a dry wind, it’s impossible to plant and you need lots of water. The best time to plant here is earlier than it once was: in the old days you could plant in February and March; now I wouldn’t plant anything after the start of January. 

The work of art that changed everything for me was Botticelli’s Primavera , which my mother took me to see at the Uffizi Gallery in Florence when I was a child. It’s a garden full of beautiful creatures and flowers that look like jewels. I wanted to see the world that way.

When I need to feel inspired , I take a very long walk in the forest near Rohuna. What’s wonderful is that down below I see the sea, but I walk in the shade of the trees. I look at myrtle, strawberry trees, cork, insects, birds and their nests – and then I think. But it’s thinking without thinking: when you lose yourself in nature, a good idea can arrive. 

The best bit of advice I ever received is an Italian saying. When I complained about things being difficult, my mother would say: “You wanted the bicycle – now pedal!” Be aware when you’re wishing for a lot. 

The House of a Lifetime: A Collector’s Journey in Tangier by Umberto Pasti and Ngoc Minh Ngo is published by Rizzoli at $65

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