The Jacob’s Creek History spans three centuries with original vine plantings in 1847. Today the Jacob’s Creek Visitor Centre is a leading wine tourism site located in the heart of the Barossa Valley. The award winning restaurant features local produce to enjoy with wonderful wine choices and panoramic views.
The Barossa Valley, with its strong German heritage, is a place full of character. The region has a long history of making full-bodies reds, robust whites and fortified wine. Located 70-kilometers north of Adelaide, the Barossa Valley has a unique beauty of its own.
Learn more about what goes into making great wines through participating in a walking tour of Jacob's Creek display vineyard.
Your tour host will provide an overview of the 14 different grapes varieties grown in the vineyard.
A tutored wine tasting will follow, incorporating seven wines and basic wine education. Your group will then be seated in the restaurant to enjoy a two course lunch. Lunch will include a shared light starter platter style main course.
Each guest will receive one complimentary glass of Jacob’s Creek wine, and the choice of tea or filtered coffee at the end of your meal.