The Barossa is one of the world’s greatest wine regions, renowned for its food and wine, cultural experiences and easy-going lifestyle. Take some time out to experience what the Barossa has to offer, from cycling tours to ballooning and slow degustations through to Music Festivals. The Barossa has something for everyone.
The Barossa is home to gardeners, orchardists and the famous Barossa Farmers Market as well as some of Australia’s most renown restaurants. Combined with its temperate Mediterranean climate which lends to the production of extraordinary wines, you have a recipe for a culinary adventure.
We explore some must-see places to visit whilst you visit the Barossa.
Barossa Farmers Market
The Barossa Farmers Market is a genuine, local produce market which is permanently located undercover in the Vintners Shed, Angaston. They offer a selection of fresh fruit and vegetables, meats, Barossa smallgoods and delicious locally made produce. Start your journey through the Barossa the way the locals do with fresh, healthy and be part of the fair exchange between consumer and producer.
Penfolds Barossa Valley Winery and Cellar Door is located in the heart of the Barossa. A visit to this winery is a unique experience and it provides a rare insight into the workings of Penfolds from a winemaking perspective. Visitors can taste the world-renowned Grange and other premium wines.
Kellermeister is a boutique family-owned winery and is rated in the top echelon of wine producers in Australia. It also holds the Barossa Trust Mark seal of quality. This beautifully located cellar door has some of the best views of the Barossa where it serves their award-winning wines, cider and fresh local produce platters.
Linfield Road Wines
The Linfield Road vineyard wines were the first planted vines back in 1860. There have been 5 generations of the Wilson family who have lived and worked on the vineyard. The cellar door offers sweeping views over the property and serves gourmet platters.
Maggie Beer’s Farm Shop
Visitors are encouraged to wander around Maggie Beer’s Farm Shop, sample food and wines at the tasting table or sit and relax overlooking the dam. This is a seasonal kitchen where products are made to follow the seasons, rather than distribute Australia wide.
Barossa Olive Garden
The Barossa Olive Garden is set in a 100-year-old garden which showcases a large selection of olive varieties, a range of extra virgin olive oils, infused oils and gourmet products.
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