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Pheasant Farm Road, Nuriootpa, South Australia 5355, Australia
+61 8 8562 4477
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Was looking forward to visiting Maggie’s Shop and wasn’t disappointed. Beautifully set up with tasting stations throughout, very helpful and personable staff, and room to sit and have a coffee overlooking the lake. There is wine to taste also and some very very yummy looking...More

Thank Wardies4
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We visited Maggie’s Farm shop, my husband took a photo of me standing under the street sign on the corner, and then Maggie slowly drove by, smiled and waved. We both then went into the farm shop, tasted as much as we could and purchased...More

Thank Vanessa S
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

What the farm offers is the ability to buy products that can only be purchased from the farm as they haven’t been released to the supermarket chains. Further if you buy a $100 worth of products the shipping is free. However we were very fortunate...More

Thank Jinny57
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This is more a complex than a shop. You can stay there, eat there in the restaurant and take cooking classes if you’ve booked. There were plenty of tasting dishes out covering just about all the products on display in the shop. I really liked...More

Thank Bob D
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

A very nice complex for interstate and overseas visitors but for local Adelaide people like my wife and myself, Maggie Beers reeks of "Warning, Warning..Tourist Trap" and heavily inflated prices of their local products to tourists unwary of our prices. The establishment is geared towards...More

Thank hotblooded
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

We were keen to visit the farm shop, having enjoyed Maggie Beer on the TV. What a disappointment, a small selection of mass produced, over priced items. Staff not especially helpful, and half the produce tasting sample dishes were empty. A real let down

Thank Rod Z
Reviewed 26 May 2018 via mobile

Really wanted to buy something but literally saw nothing i wanted. Some beautiful knick knacks would have got me. Beautiful place but spent my money in the restaurant. Still recommend visiting!!

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Reviewed 21 May 2018 via mobile

We enjoyed a delicious imaginative menu for lunch. A Shaved celeriac entree that had my veg adverse husband digging in for more. The mushroom entree was even more delicious, so many components beautifully executed. Husband really enjoyed the fried chicken main course. The quince, verjuice...More

Thank CurlyMerkin
Reviewed 7 May 2018

A wonderful display of Maggie Beers produce with tastings available and lunch cafe. Plenty of items to purchase and shipping available if from interstate so that excess luggage doesn't become a problem.

Thank Andrew W
Reviewed 1 May 2018

A group of us visited Maggie's for a light lunch. There is now a new dining area which was lovely. The day we went was very hot and windy, so being indoors was great. Lovely food to share.

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