A wine lovers dream, Kingsford features two incredible wine cellars; the historic 1856 cellar and the new stone-clad wine tunnel with six separate charming vaults to explore. Inside each vault are treasures aplenty, in the form of outstanding collections of the best Australian wines, including a museum collection of Penfolds Grange and a complete collection of Henschke Hill of Grace, as well as one of the finest assortments of champagne in the country.
These two alluring underground spaces create a truly unique Kingsford The Barossa dining experience.
Peruse the vaults and select a special bottle to accompany the local Barossa produce to complete your dining experience.
The vaults also play host to private and group tastings. Exclusive guest winemaker tastings can be arranged. The ‘Barons of the Barossa’ – a wine fraternity made up of the very best Barossa winemakers are long-standing close partners with Kingsford The Barossa.
An embodiment of beauty, grace and exquisite taste, our Orleana Restaurant serves only the very finest of what the Barossa Valley has to offer; a fusion of fine taste and remarkable presentation. With a team of dedicated chefs who strive for excellence, every meal and course that comes out of the kitchen is guaranteed to please and leave a lasting impression. Evening meals at Orleana are served in the restaurant itself, or on the Lodge Veranda if the weather permits, however our team takes great pleasure in using the varied spaces of Kingsford to provide the most unique and memorable dining experiences.
Peppertree Pool & Bar
There is no place better to unwind, relax and enjoy the decadence of Kingsford than our Peppertree Bar. A casual dining facility, guests can enjoy a wood-fired pizza, or fresh Barossa produce cooked on a BBQ plus more.
Wine Tunnel and Vaults
A design you won't soon forget, Kingsford The Barossa's new cellar is 25 metres long and includes six individual vaulted wine chambers, with a feature wall of artisan-crafted bluestone and an expansive communal table. The unique addition to the Kingsford experience represents the very best of New World wines, showcasing the region, with a special focus on Barossa and Eden Valley winemakers.
The original 1856 slate-floored homestead cellar is a charming and intimate space, perhaps at its best when dressed with candles for a private dinner. Access through either of the secret entrances.