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Barossa Valley Restaurant

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by Meagan Sewell (subscribe)
Freelance writer living in the Barossa Valley, South Australia.
Published September 22nd 2011
Enjoy a weekend away or a visit to the Barossa Valley in luxury at Appellation. Fine food, wine and accommodation awaits you hidden away in a scenic and quiet spot situated on Seppeltsfield road, Marananga. A stone's throw away from other scenic Barossa Valley towns, Tanunda, Nuriootpa and Greenock. Appellation boasts both convenience in location and accessibility.

Atmosphere and experience is what Appellation offers its guests. The restaurant holds its tradition of using only the best of local fresh produce the Barossa Valley has to offer, as well as offering a vast wine collection with over five hundred listings to choose from. Appellation also brings in a modern atmosphere with surroundings of contemporary art and design, which is shown throughout the property.

Contemporary Art
One of the contemporary art pieces in the dining area

When dining at Appellation you can choose from either the la carte menu or Chef's tasting menu. Appellation has put thought into people with food allergies so their courses do cater, and the variety should please everyone. Along with dinner enjoy some of the Barossa Valley's iconic wines which should please customers whether you hold interest in wine or want a simple glass with your meal.

Fine Food And Wine
Appellation's famous presentation shown in the meals

The other way to experience this property is to explore your options whilst visiting or staying in one of the guest suites. Explore the environment around you with a guided tour to a nearby conservation park whilst you have a prepared breakfast or picnic with the native kangaroos. Or visit some of the Barossa's eighty cellar doors and taste test around the area. There are many other wine and gourmet food experiences to choose from around the Barossa Valley area during a weekend stay at Appellation.

With the committed team at Appellation your stay or visit for the fine dining and wine will be a memorable experience. Appellation has earned a reputation for top of the range culinary experience, customer service and luxury in every way, which makes dining and staying well worth the cost. Customer service is driven to the highest standard for all guests. Louise Appellation has won many awards, some of which include, 'Award of Excellence 2010 & 2009', 'State Winner South Australia Wine List of the Year 2010', '2009 & 2008 and Awarded Three Chefs Hats and 17/20 Score'. The Best way to experience fine dining and wine tastings with impressive surroundings would be a visit or stay at Louise Appellation in the Barossa Valley. Spoil yourself on your next weekend getaway.
Scenic Surroundings
Guest suites and restaurant buildings

If interested in dining or staying at this luxury vineyard surrounded retreat contact Louise Appellation for bookings on (08) 8562 2722 or
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Thankyou for the review, tried the Appellation out for dinner last evening and it was a real treat
By Anonymous
Saturday, 24th of September @ 09:25 am
Looks like a great place. I haven't been up to the Barossa in a long time, but I'm definitely looking forward to the next time I get the chance. There are so many great restaurants up there, I'll have to add this to my list of places to go.

The accommodation looks pretty snazzy too.
By Natasha Stewart - senior reviewer
Monday, 3rd of October @ 01:27 pm
Im glad you enjoyed your visit to Appellation.
Hey Natasha, yes its really top of the range in every way, i am sure you would love your visit there. Anyone who is passionate about great food and wine will love Appellation. The Barossa has many quality eateries.
By Anonymous
Tuesday, 4th of October @ 12:33 am
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