Penfolds Iconic Experience
Tour, tasting and lunch
Join the wine education team for a tasting of Penfolds’ famous labels, see the vineyard where the Grange story started, and dine on South Australian produce in the award-winning restaurant. Explore the heritage-listed winery on a tour and see the underground tunnels, the heritage-listed bluestone cellars and Still House, as well as Grange cottage - the original home of Dr Christopher and Mary Penfold.
This historic vineyard was established in 1844 by Dr Christopher Rawson and Mary Penfold. Known as the Grange Vineyard, named after their new homestead ‘The Grange’, this vineyard was first planted with Grenache from cuttings taken from the South of France and would go on to inspire and supply fruit for Penfolds Grange. Mary Penfold managed the estate and early winemaking. The wines were initially prescribed as tonics for anaemic patients and the famous Penfolds slogan ‘1844 to evermore’ harks back to its origins as a prescribed tonic.
Penfolds’ Barossa Valley Winery and Cellar Door is the main site of Penfolds wine making. As testament to that focus, the winery facilities include the largest premium red wine barrel hall in the Southern Hemisphere. Visit the winery in the heart of the valley to sample a selection of Penfolds wines, including a rare taste of Grange.
Magill is only 15 minutes from Adelaide, in the Adelaide foothills. The Adelaide Hills is a wonderful combination of winding roads, quaint villages and rolling vineyards. Renowned for elegant cool climate wines.
Chardonnay, Shiraz, Pinot Noir, Riesling
78 Penfold Rd, Magill 5072
Feb–June, when the vintage cellar is in full production
10am–5pm daily, except Christmas Day
+61 8 8301 5569