20% off all Small Batch Wine Tours + more!

Enjoying a picnic style tasting at Alpha Box & Dice, McLaren Vale

20% of all tours for 2018

Just about every Small Batch Wine Tours guest says they want to come back and explore another of South Australia’s great wine regions with us. Here’s the perfect excuse to book a return trip and enjoy a few more days enjoying the relaxing pace of Adelaide and surrounding regions.

Come down and check out Womadelaide or the Adelaide Festival during March; enjoy drinking Barossa Shiraz in the perfect setting by the fireplace in July/August; or take a long weekend away to enjoy some of Australia’s best and most accessible dining.

Private and small group tours available from Adelaide to the McLaren Vale, Barossa Valley, and Adelaide Hills with Small Batch Wine Tours.

Offer valid for all tours booked before the end of March 2018, for all travel taken until the end of the year!

Simply use the promo code “THANKS” when checking out for a 20% discount on your purchases.

Grenache Project Wines
Grenache Project Wines

Complimentary freight on Grenache Project wines

As you may well know we love our Grenache, and we’ve been keenly awaiting the release of these very unique project wines.

One vineyard, one vintage, six winemakers, half a tonne of fruit each, six completely different wines. If you ever wanted to learn more about winemaking and the effect it has on wine flavour, this is the pack for you. This six-pack of wines comes with detailed winemaking notes to help you decipher the technical jargon. Whole-bunching, rack-dried, skin contact… all will be revealed as you drink your way through these delicious wines.

Just head to the Artisans of Barossa website and use the coupon code “SBWT“ and you’ll receive complimentary freight anywhere in Australia.

Better hurry – offer valid til January 21st and these packs are selling fast!


About the Grenache Project

Along with Shiraz and Mataro, Grenache has been a stand out feature of the Barossa’s red wine landscape since vines were first planted here over 170 years ago. Barossa today lays claim to being home to the oldest Grenache vineyards in the world, and produces a diverse range of compelling expressions of a variety that is rapidly emerging a favourite amongst the region’s artisan winemaker community.

In the last few months, the faith of the Barossa wine community in its old Grenache vineyards has been rewarded spectacularly. Bethany Wines’ 2016 Grenache was awarded Best Red and Best Wine at the Barossa Wine Show, and Turkey Flat’s 2016 Barossa Grenache won Australia’s most famous wine award, the Jimmy Watson Trophy (a first for a Grenache wine). Barossa Grenache’s light has never shone more brightly.

The Grenache Project is an exciting new initiative from Artisans of Barossa, representing six wines made by our six winemakers from a single Barossa vineyard. Each winemaker was allocated two rows of vines, and left entirely to their own devices. Responding to a simple brief… “Make a Grenache you’d like to drink”, the winemakers have produced a set of wines that are testament to the outstanding vintage and an emphatic statement of the supreme qualities and deliciousness of Barossa Grenache. And whilst the special qualities of the vineyard are evident throughout, each wine stands apart from the others, bearing the distinct imprint of the maker through style, character and flavour. For adventurous discoverers of small batch Barossa winemaking, The Grenache Project is not to be missed.

Watch Pete Schell (Owner and Winemaker from Spinifex) speak about the Grenache Project and the significance of Grenache to Barossa.

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