Home of Henschke Wines
Home of the magnificent Henschke Wines and gateway to the Barossa Valley, Keyneton is a beautiful township with massive gum trees and sweeping landscapes.
The Henschke family have been making exceptional wines in Keyneton since 1862 and offer a boutique and inviting cellar door.
The township is 82 kilometres from Adelaide and the community are proud of their Soldiers Memorial Hall which commemorates their war heroes through an outstanding interior memorial.
Keyneton was founded in 1842 and was named after the English pastoralist Joseph Keynes whom the township was named after and if you are driving through, take the time to stop and take in the marvellous pastoral surroundings on your way to Sedan in the Mid Murray region.