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Chateau Dorrien, Tanunda
(4.6/5 based on 45 reviews on the web)
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  • I love this place I really love how you aren't just a number but a really special person. They treat everyone like this. The wine is special and unique So is the service Try the chocolate mead The qun...  more »
  • The ports are 'different' - worth a tasting. The Meads are very different, but I & those with me found the meads very interesting & we bought some. The wines I tasted were very good. The static displa...  more »
  • We popped in here and the sign about the mead really drew us in. We tried the wine and then we worked our way through the ports, liquors and meads. The guy serving us was giving us little hints and ti...  more »
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  • 2 good wines at pretty good value, couldn't try them all though because they "don't have time" to do the whole list so who knows what the ones i couldn't try tasted like. Some good meads and some weird flavoured ports / meads. Wouldn't return, worth checking out just for the variety of meads and ports.
  • One of the non commercialise winery's in the valkey. The sta
  • Barossa & Light Cab Service love the famous honey liqueurs from here. We also like the white port, and premium red wines. This is a 100% South Australian family-owned cellar door, with loads of interactive things, including murals and static displays. Being open 7 days a week, for free tastings means that the next time you are in the Barossa be sure to drop in and check out the not to be missed, Chateau Dorrien.
  • Very lovely place, not only for wine tasting but also a small museum to discover the old ages about the wine history here.
  • We liked this winery most of all in the whole Barossa Valley because of excellent wines and the best service and the greatest attitude to their visitors.