First Drop Wines, Nuriootpa

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Winery / Vineyard · Hidden Gem · Food & Drink
Matt ‘Gantos’ Gant and John ‘JR’ Retsas are two mates with a lifelong commitment to making kick-arse booze. These are wines with flavour, texture and a splash of funk, made from an eclectic bunch of varieties grown in unique patches of the Barossa, Adelaide Hills and McLaren Vale. In short… Mother’s Milk

First Drop’s wines are enjoyed worldwide by a growing army of First Drop Disciples in markets from Beijing to Texas and everywhere in between!

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  • So glad we decided to DROP IN, hubby was a Braves baseballer so of course it was a "SIGN". AMAZING - on so many levels FOOD - I could go back just for this, lots of choice, lots of flavour and...  more »
  • Great wines. For $5, $10 or $25, you can try various wines. We went the middle group and tried about 16 wines or something like that. If you buy some bottles, the tastings are free. We enjoyed many.....  more »
  • We were told to visit this place by Steinys mettwurst nearby & we were glad we took their advice. Fabulous lunch of mixed tapas paired with their chardonnay went down a treat. Standouts were the...  more »
  • The food was so good we forgot to take photos to share. Quirky fun winery with lots going for it. A must visit boutique winery.
  • Presentation of tapas was quite poor. 24 hour cooked pork just looked like a plate of ham. Calamari just looked and tasted like frozen calamari from Woolworths. Portions were small, prices were too high for what they were.
  • Fantastic food and drinks good service and young jack thanks for your service mate appreciated it
  • Great eclectic place for lunch. Amy knows how to cook. Allways something new to try on the specials plus the old favorites like patatas bravas, chilli garlic prawns, and panfried haloumi with lemon and evoo. Simple but done very very well. Cheers guys!
  • A Tanunda local recommended having lunch here. We took her up on her advice and weren't disappointed. The tapas menu was varied, interesting and tasty. Would definitely return and recommend to others.

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