Greenock Wine, Food & Beer Trail

Greenock’s Old Telegraph Station cottage is located right in the heart of the Greenock Wine, Food & Beer Trail. With four wine cellar doors (and a fifth to open shortly), a brewery, general store, two cafes and the local pub all within walking distance of the cottage why not make Greenock your destination for your Barossa Valley stay. Trail brochures available at any of the venues or...
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Schluter Wines

Schluter Wines is the latest cellar door to open in Greenock. It is operated by local identity Mick Schluter, and currently opens Saturday and Sundays from 11am til 6pm and Mondays 11am til 5pm. It is located on Adelaide Road in the bright white shed just around the corner from the pub. You can do a vertical tasting of his sparkling Chardonnay/Pinot Noir, and three Shiraz vintages, all from...
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Greenock Brewers

Greenock Brewers is a boutique brewery right next door to the cottage. Their hallmarks are natural ingredients, tradition and quality. They take beer seriously, producing small batches of pure, traditionally fermented beers, hand-crafted from the best ingredients available. Greenock Brewers balances tradition and innovation to create recipes for beers that are pure, unfiltered and full of...
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El Estanco Cafe

Barossa’s newest cafe – El Estanco in Greenock – is open daily from 7am to 4pm, closed Tuesdays and open until 9.30pm on Fridays. Great friendly service, eclectic decor and the most fabulous tarts! Perfect for breakfast, lunch or any time of day. Coffee how you like it, proper brewed chai, eat in, out the front or around the side – a great addition to our village. Visit...
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