Financial Services Minister Kelly O'Dwyer has visited the federal seat of Mayo to talk about red tape reduction and women in business.
Ms O'Dwyer and Liberal candidate Georgina Downer visited Oliver's Taranga Vineyards, south of Adelaide, while campaigning in the electorate together ahead of next weekend's by-election.
"They were talking to us about small business and the things they were doing, like reducing red tape and being able to write off $20,000 of equipment," owner and winemaker Corrina Wright said on Friday.
"Kelly was talking about help for women in business and support for them dealing with finances."
Ms Wright, a board member of the Winemakers' Federation of Australia, said Ms O'Dwyer, Ms Downer and Senator Anne Ruston toured the production facility and tasted some whisky on their visit.
Ms O'Dwyer is the latest in a procession of high-profile Liberals who have travelled to the seat to campaign with Ms Downer.
Visitors over the past weeks have included Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, former prime minister John Howard an government ministers Julie Bishop, Michaelia Cash, Simon Birmingham, Michael McCormack and Greg Hunt.
Mayo voters head to the polls on July 28.