[SA] Online Book a Pertaringa Cellar Door Tasting Experience from $5/pp + Bonus Cheese Plate @ Pertaringa, McLaren Vale

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SAYCHEESE

To celebrate South Australia's release from lockdown and through all of August, we're offering a FREE CHEESE PLATE (valued at $15pp) with all online bookings of tasting experiences from now till the end of August.

Simply use promo code SAYCHEESE when you book your tasting online, and we'll have a cheese platter ready for you when you arrive!

Pertaringa cellar door, 327 Hunt Road, McLaren Vale. Open 7 days 10am-4pm.

Terms & Conditions:
Valid for online bookings made in advance only.
Available seven days each week up to and including 31 August 2021.
Bookings must be made online and completed by 31 August 2021.
Not available to walk-ins.
Not available in conjunction with any other offer / discount code

If you do buy, please do give the deal an up-tick and tell a friend.

Any questions?
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Call us on 08 8383 2700.
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Cheers!

RD
Co-owner, Joint MD & Husband to Bec!
Bec Hardy & Pertaringa Wines

Please consume our wines safely and responsibly.

Thank you for your support of a South Australian family business.

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Comments

  •  

    I take it that those South Australian days 30-40 years ago when we'd ride/ drive into the Barossa Valley or Maclaren Vale to get horribly smashed "Wine Tasting" for free are well and truly a thing of the past?

    And they told me progress makes the world a better place. Phfff!.

    :-D

    • +1 vote

      yeah nowhere I have been to in the last 3-4 years has free tasting anymore. Quite a few are "free" if you buy a minimum number of bottles. Most you need to pay a fee for a "flight" of wine samples.

      Pertaringa wines are not bad - had a few cases from there this year. Need to check my diary to see when I can head back there

    • +1 vote

      Still plenty of places that do free tastings.
      Don't go in a bus group, avoid the big guys (it's generally them that charge) and support the wineries by buying the wines you've liked.

      •  

        Been following this thread but a tad busy, so apoligies for the slow reply.
        Charging v not charging, refunding v not refunding - it's the consumer equivalent of putting two winemakers in a room and ask them about cork v screwcap.
        Every point of view valid, of course, and no wrong answers
        Cheers!
        RD :-)

  • +2 votes

    When I was there previously I bought several bottles of the vintage fortified. Way to yummy. Christmas in a bottle!