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St Hallett

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A wine and cheese tasting
Photograph: Meaghan Coles

Time Out says

Looking for the Barossa’s best all-rounder? St Hallett is the winery for you

Plenty of Barossa wineries trade on their history, their estimable family lineage, their historic architecture, their snappy steel-and-glass cellar doors… Which is all very appealing. But St Hallett takes a different approach; namely, producing an excellent and affordable range of blends and pure varietal wines, using only Barossa grapes, and delivered without a whiff of pomp or pretence. You could even say that St Hallett is a humble outfit – which they needn’t be, given that the winery was founded by the Lindner family in 1944, one of the original Barossa wine families, who emigrated from Silesia in 1838. But history isn’t the main focus here: St Hallett is all about characterful wines, unpretentious service and good bang for your buck.

Cellar door tastings (book ahead) start at $15 for six wines, including a dry rosé and St Hallett’s flagship Blackwell Shiraz. Generous cheese platters, hampers, picnic baskets and chocolate-and-wine tasting flights are also available.

Charles Rawlings-Way
Written by
Charles Rawlings-Way


24 St Hallett Rd
Opening hours:
Daily 10am-5pm
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