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Lyndoch - Cities, Towns and Localities

Jenke Winery - Barossa Valley

In the south of the Barossa Valley lies Lyndoch one of the oldest towns in South Australia first established in 1839. In fact Colonial William Light the founder of Adelaide named the location in honour of his mate Lord Lyndoch in 1837 on one of his first surveying expeditions.

The town today has a population of over 1,000 people and is surrounded by a huge variety of famous wineries, including some not so well known but which produce some of the most magnificent wines.

Check out our listing of Lyndoch accommodation and Barossa Valley accommodation. In addition to our listed online travel guide information, contact the local tourism visitor centre for your destination for more attractions, tours, local maps and other information.

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Lyndoch Attractions

Burge Family Winemakers
• Barossa Valley Way, Lyndoch • Ph: 08 8524 4644 • Email
• The original Burge Family winemaking business established in 1928 and now operated by the 3rd and 4th generations of the Burge family. A single vineyard estate, comprising the Draycott and Olive Hill blocks together with maturing stocks of Wilsford port wines dating back to the 1950’s. Today the focus is primarily on premium red wines vintaged from low-yielding, hand pruned vines, and with ongoing critical acclaim the resulting wines are keenly sought after.
Jenke Vineyards
• Trophy winning wines from one of the oldest established vineyards. A visit to our cellar is truly a unique Barossa experience. Provides ‘visitors with the best choice and quality wines, the most appealing atmosphere and the most knowledgeable and friendly service, while projecting the true character of the Barossa’.
Kies Family Wines
• Barossa Valley Highway, Lyndoch • Ph: 08 8524 4110 • Email
• A beautifully restored ironstone cottage is maintained and encapsulates the Kies family’s acceptance of their attitude to their 5th generation heritage. The volume of wine produced is small with great care going into each wine which gives the fullest attention to absolute quality and distinctive varietal characters. the Kies philosophy is to make the best quality premium wine with our own fruit at Kies Estate.
Miranda Family Winemakers
• Barossa Valley Way, Rowland Flat • Ph: 08 8524 4537 • Email
• Established in 1939, Miranda Family Winemakers is one Australia’s largest winemakers. Since 1995 Miranda Family Winemakers has won more than 1500 national and international award for excellence, including best Chardonnay in the world at the 1996 London International Wine & Spirit Competition. Miranda Family Winemakers Barossa Cellar Door is open seven day a week and we invite you to sample the diverse range of Miranda premium wines. Al Fresco dining is also available from 12:00 noon to 3:00pm, so come in, tease your taste buds.
Yaldara Estate
• Gomersal Road, Lyndoch • Ph: 08 8524 0264 • Email
• The grand Chateau and beautiful garden highlight a winery of premium wine, structured tours and tastings, complemented by our delightful Garden Cafe that offers lunches, home made cakes and cappuccino. Our new Yaldara Village is now operational - see Barossa Opals, rustic design coopers, Barossa Artjam, Barossa weavers Sabine Deisen.

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