Reviews

A very well managed experience from cellar...

10/18/18
A very well managed experience from cellar door to seller door. Most enjoyable.
Source: google Warwick Sellens

Nice place but not my taste of...

8/9/18
Nice place but not my taste of wine
Source: google Th.J.C. Schmit

Did the Ultimate Penfolds Experience tour. Excellent...

7/30/18
Did the Ultimate Penfolds Experience tour. Excellent tour and guide. Wonderful tasting of the very best of the Penfolds wines including Grange. An event not to be forgotten.
Source: google Mick Seager

Super consigliato Heritage Tour and Taste per...

9/1/18
Super consigliato Heritage Tour and Taste per 25$ a persona ( prenotazione sul loro sito) . Visita agli storici locale e poi a seguire ottima wine tasting dai loro bianchi e rossi con il loro tipico shiraz... veramente appassionato e gentile la guida (Joseph) ...+++
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Adelaide Hills (Adelaide Hills)
2 Hours
Participants: Minimum 2, Maximum 10
From €90.74
“Join a member of the Penfolds team on a journey through the foundation of Penfolds as Australia’s leading red wine producer”
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Adelaide Hills (Adelaide Hills)
3 Hours 30 Minutes
Participants: Minimum 2, Maximum 10
From €178.45
“Experience a guided historical tour of Penfolds Magill Estate, followed by a three-course lunch with matched wines”

About Winery and Wines

The Adelaide Hills region is known for its elegant cool climate wines. Located in the Mount Lofty Ranges 20 minutes east of Adelaide, the region is Australia’s largest geographical wine region, and one of the most diverse in terms of climate, soil and topography. This historic and heritage-protected vineyard was established in 1844 by Dr Christopher Rawson and Mary Penfold. First planted with Grenache from cuttings taken from the South of France it would go on to inspire and supply fruit for Penfolds Grange. The wines were initially prescribed as tonics for anaemic patients and the famous Penfolds slogan ‘1844 to evermore’ harks back to its origins.