Welcome to the old Schulz family butchers shop, now the heart of Turkey Flat and the home of our cellar door. This wonderful old bluestone building is tucked away on the edge of Tanunda in the beautiful Barossa Valley, completely surrounded by our historic vineyards, dating back to 1847.

Join us here for an insight into the serious business of winemaking & the fun we have doing it.

For a tasting while on tour in the region, a small bite over a shared bottle of wine in our gardens, or a private tasting experience - join us next to the winery - for as much, or as little as you like.

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Rosé 2016

The Barossa Valley has the perfect climate and ideal grape varieties to produce Rosé. It is a wine style that should be enjoyed fresh and chilled.

$20 / 750ml bottle
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Turkey Flat Rose – made using (mostly) grenache but with input from cabernet sauvignon, shiraz and mataro. Indeed grenache makes up 95% of the wine.

Campbell Mattinson The Wine Front

Mataro 2016

Encounters with unblended Australian Mataro (also known as Mourvèdre) are rare. The origins of Mataro are almost certainly Spanish where it is often called Monastrell. It is the principal black grape of the five appellations that cluster on Spain's South-eastern Mediterranean Coast.

$32 / 750ml bottle
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This is fun to drink and great to see Turkey Flat showing a young, fresh red from the variety and their vine sources. Mataro can be so joyous yet serious at the same time.

Mike Bennie The Wine Front

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