Short answer, yes!
Due to the popularity of our venue and gin tasting flights, we strongly advise you to book ahead, especially on weekends. We will always try to accommodate walk-in visitors, but cannot guarantee we will have the space to host them.
All bookings are for one hour (60 minutes), however if there is availability, we are happy for you to stay a little longer (as long as you purchase more gin).
This is a fee that is not charged, simply frozen in your bank account and only charged if you cancel with less than 24 hours notice, or decide to not show up for your reservation.
Vouchers can be redeemed for tastings or purchases in-store, but a booking guarantee is still required to secure your booking. To assist our team, please leave a note in your booking, outlining you have a voucher.
We do, but with conditions.
Groups larger than 10, buses or mini-buses are only welcome with prior approval from management and full payment received 14 days prior to booking. We are unable to split large groups over several bookings. Licensed vehicles of any sort are not welcome. Groups that arrive on buses or mini-buses that have not been pre-arranged, or groups that arrive in vehicles that are licensed to serve alcohol, will be turned away on arrival.
We believe good gin and good food should always go hand in hand, which is why we offer a small selection of gourmet snacks and nibbles for our guests to enjoy alongside their gin tasting.
We love dogs and pats (almost) as much as we love gin! That's why we often have our own distillery dog Chase on-site to greet visitors to our Barossa home.
He's quite sociable and will choose who he plays with, so if you are bringing your fur baby with you, please make sure they respect his boundaries.
We get it; our venue is cool, our gin is the best and the Barossa is beautiful, but our team are all too busy to cater to private functions.