Follow the Epicurean Way for a culinary journey through Adelaide and four of South Australia's regions, each offering exceptional food and wine.
Australia’s Best Food and Wine Route
The Epicurean Way seamlessly links together the four iconic wine regions of McLaren Vale, Adelaide Hills, Barossa and Clare Valley in a journey only found in South Australia. Sumptuous local produce and a superb array of wines, set against a backdrop of spectacular scenery, all come together as you discover the Epicurean Way.
A Food and Wine Lover’s Paradise
A number of world-class chefs have taken up residence in our famous wine regions, taking advantage of the fresh, high quality produce available in South Australia.
Visit cellar doors, indulge in wine tasting, meet winemakers and even blend your own drop. Try award-winning wine and match it with an antipasto platter, dried fruit, native meats or fresh seafood.
Highlights of the Epicurean Way include Penfold’s Winery, Wolf Blass Winery, Jacob’s Creek Winery, Maggie Beer’s Farm Shop and Beerenberg Farm.
Jump in the car, and in just 40 minutes you'll have started an exquisite culinary adventure. Simply follow the Epicurean Way.
Map and Itinerary
Visit South Australian Roadtrips for an easy-to-follow touring route, area map, list of wineries, places to eat, places to stay and things to do and see.
If you’re looking for a pre-planned route, we’ve got you covered. Simply download our itinerary suggestions and hit the road.
Adelaide to McLaren Vale - 40 minutes
d’Arenberg Winery, Blessed Cheese, vineyards, the Elbow Room, art, McMurtrie Mile
McLaren Vale to Adelaide Hills - 40 minutes
Hahndorf Hill Winery’s ChocoVino, Udder Delights, The Lane Vineyard, Beerenberg Farm, Woodside Cheese Wrights
Adelaide Hills to Barossa - 50 minutes
Lobethal Bierhaus, Jacob’s Creek Visitor Centre, Maggie Beer’s Farm Shop, Seppeltsfield Winery, Hentley Farm Winery
Barossa to Clare Valley - 60 minutes
Wolf Blass before leaving the Barossa, Skillogalee for lunch, Mitchell Wines
Clare Valley to Adelaide - 110 minutes
Riesling Trail, Sevenhill Cellars and Jesuit Church, Annie’s Lane