We love to share the fun at Paisley
We love to share our Hobby Farm life and chat about all things grape and wine. You can join us for a tasting or don a pair of wellies and get trekking through our vineyard with owners Kirsten and Derek.
From a tasting to vineyard and winery tours to a family fun farm experience, we have it covered.
Read on below about the four experience we offer at Paisley.
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Paisley Unmasked - A Vineyard Experience
Allow 90 minutes I $150pp (min 2, max 8 people)
Join us to unmask the secrets behind making great wine, with a tour of our Shiraz, Fiano and Mataro vineyard in the Eden Valley. Situated at 450m above sea level with stunning views, you will get to walk through our vines and learn about our vineyard practices and why the making of great wine is only possible from great grapes.
Feed our chooks, sit at our private lookout in the Sunset Block and taste the Shiraz from the vineyard you tour, feed our sheep and return for a tasting. Taste direct from barrel and compare that to the wine in bottle. Sit at our kitchen table or on the back patio and taste through the full suite of Paisley Wines creations with a regional platter to enjoy.
Email Kirsten to book.
Paisley Revealed - A Vineyard & Winery Experience with Lunch
Allow 4 hours | $600pp (min 2, max 8 people)
Every wanted to find out just what what happens in the vineyard and just how much work goes into making a single drop of wine? Join us on our property in Angaston for a unique hands-on behind-the-scenes experience.
Don a pair of wellies and head off to feed the chooks. From there you’ll take a tour of the Town Shiraz Block – where we’ll put you to work – help us put in a few drippers or pull some weeds, all while enjoying the amazing native bird life.
Your hard work will be rewarded with breath-taking views across the Barossa from our private lookout. Taste the Shiraz made from the vineyard, relax, and take in the views from our Sunset Block.
Your days not over yet as next we’ll get you in feeding our sheep, including our adorable miniature Baby Doll sheep and alpaca. Then it’s into the barrel shed where, depending on the season, we’ll get your hands dirty helping to top some barrels, plunge a ferment cap or run some lab checks.
Enjoy a blending experience in the kitchen and learn more about the winemaking process before it’s time for a two-course home-cooked lunch around our kitchen table, accompanied by tastes of the full Paisley Wines range.
Email Kirsten to book.
Paisley Footprints - Family Farm and Vineyard Visit
Allow 90 minutes I $150 per family (up to 2 adults and 3 children) child minimum age 3yrs
Join us and stomp your feet through our vineyards, feed our menagerie and experience life on our hobby farm. Pull on a pair of wellies before we feed the chooks and collect the eggs. Tour through the Town Shiraz block, where kids go on a scavenger hunt in the vineyard, before the adults can enjoy the breath-taking views from our private lookout while tasting the Shiraz made from the vineyard (the littlies can enjoy a fruit box).
Then it’s time to get hands on feeding the sheep, including our adorable miniature Baby Doll sheep and alpaca, before heading back for the adults to do a wine tasting. We’ll keep the kids entertained with colouring in and other fun activities, while you enjoy the range of Paisley Wines creations.
Email Kirsten to book.
What we love about our Barossa life
One of the things we love the most about the Barossa, is that we get a relaxing country lifestyle but have first class restaurants to dine out when we feel the need for amazing food.
Before you even get to the Barossa, visit the Barossa website to get all your holiday ideas together and find some accommodation.
If you want to stay nearby, please check out our nearest neighbour's gorgeous B&B called Pinecone Ridge. Anne and Josh's place is located next to the Town Block Vineyard and you get a beautiful outlook from each side of the property.
Our favourite restaurants here serve amazing food and there are a couple that keep hitting that high! The first would be FermentAsian for fabulous Vietnamese influenced dishes and both excellent service and an outstanding wine list. Vintners Bar & Grill is almost our local now, just down the road. We definitely recommend the hot panko crusted olives - yum!
Check out the Barossa Cheese Co in the main street of Angaston to stock up before you head off for a picnic. If you get to the Co-op Foodland supermarket in Nuriootpa on the right day, you can pick up some of Eleni's amazing sourdough - the best at a picnic!
We love having people come up to stay, one of the best parts is that it gets us out the door and checking out some of the amazing cellar doors around the valley. For a non wine experience, head to Seppeltsfield Road Distillery and taste some gin - Derek's favourite is the All Sorts liquorice gin.