Maggie’s Farm Shop
So many things to try!
We encourage our visitors to wander around the Farm Shop and take the opportunity to taste all Maggie Beer and Pheasant Farm products; Want to learn more about Maggie’s flagship products Verjuice and Vino Cotto as well as her seasonal products? Come and learn for yourself how you can add that special quality to your cooking too with Maggie's abundance of delicious products.
The next generation farm experience.
We are so excited about this new chapter at the farm. Led by Maggie and Colin’s youngest daughter, Elli (with Mum and Dad firmly behind her in the renovations) it has given a whole new meaning to what was the Function Centre building.
Enjoy the full experience
Maggie’s rebuilt original farmhouse, The Orchard House, on the grounds of one of the Barossa's few alive and viable orchards, provides traditional old fashioned country hospitality, a welcome escape from the business of day to day life, and the perfect accommodation for your Barossa stay.
Maggie Beer's Farm Shop will reopen on Thursday 29th July, and The Eatery on Friday 30th July.
Open 7 days, trading hours are 10:00am to 4:30pm.
Closed Christmas Day, Boxing Day, New Years Day, Good Friday & occasionally for Private Functions.
50 Pheasant Farm Road (Via Samuel Road) Nuriootpa SA 5355
Do I need to book?
There's no need to book if you're visiting the Farm Shop by yourself or with family or friends. Bookings for lunch at the Eatery are essential to guarantee you a table. Call 08 8562 1902 or email email@example.com to reserve your seat.
Should you be looking for a more hands-on experience at the farm, we offer a range of experience options. For more information, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone the shop on (08) 8562 4477.
Peak times at the Farm Shop
Our busiest times of the year are immediately post-Christmas, Easter long weekend and school holidays.
The Farm Shop is where it all started for Maggie and even at its busiest it has the feeling of home for her. She wants everyone who visits to feel a real sense of hospitality, no matter how busy we might be.