You’ll find the perfect spot to enjoy a long, lazy lunch at the iconic Chateau Yaldara in the Barossa Valley. Its cellar door is located inside the stunning baroque-style main building, while Hermann’s Restaurant is just a few steps away.
The restaurant is named in honour of Hermann Thumm, who created the winery over 70 years ago. Hermann first started crafting Barossa Wines in 1947 and was one of the region’s first boutique winemakers.
Inside it boasts high ceilings and a light, bright, contemporary interior. And with amazing views of the Para River, it’s just the spot to settle in.
As for the menu, Head Chef Dean Zammit has designed it to be simple, fresh, and un-fussy, to highlight the incredible local Barossa produce he has all around him.
As for wines, of course you will be spoilt for choice with the award-winning Chateau Yaldara and 1847 Wine ranges.
Hermann’s Restaurant is open seven days a week, and if you want to kick back outside on the lawn in a comfy beanbag, they fire up their pizza oven on weekends.
Check the website or social media pages for opening hours and more details – Chateau Yaldara is truly something special!