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A taste of Spain in the Barossa
Australian winemakers are producing world class wine with the worlds' different grape varieties from Albarino to Zinfandel and everything in between. As the sweet aroma of vintage 2015 filters through the vines, celebrate the flavours of Spanish varieties at the Kaesler Cellar Door 'Great Paella, Palomino and Tempranillo-Fest' this Autumn.
Following the success of Kaesler's Spring Picnic last November, the Kaesler Wines garden will be open to all on March 14 with Free Entry for an afternoon picnic featuring Kaelser's Palomino and Tempranillo grape varieties.
The Paella Man will complement the flavours serving Spain's national dish by the sounds of acoustic tunes and aromas of fresh brewed coffee all day. Get to know all you need-io about Palomino and Tempranillo and kick back with a paella and a full glass for just $22.
Free entry for all, experience something new at Kaesler Vineyard and Winery
Kaesler was established in 1893 when the family settled in the Barossa Valley and planted their first vines. Since these humble beginnings, Kaesler now grow and source grapes from all over South Australia to produce a stunning range of flavours and varieties.
A deep and well documented history tells of the family's acquisitions as they persevered through the hard times, diversified operations and lived the bumpy road of winemaking. In modern times, Kaesler acknowledge that "the thread that holds Kaesler together is the production of excellent wine". Built on providing a difference, the goal is to produce excellent wine and Paella Day will be an exciting opportunity to give visitors a chance to learn more about quality wine they might not have tried before.
Explore the grounds and the gardens at Kaesler Vineyard and Winery
Paella Day will be set amongst the picturesque gardens, dotted with pathways to outbuildings and the grand cellar door. Call to book a picnic table or bring a picnic rug and explore the garden with the family. Sit amongst the vines, taste the wines and enjoy some good tunes, food and company.