Category: Barossa

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Barossa Gourmet Weekend

Written on August 15, 2017 in Barossa

Each year in September, the Barossa Valley comes to life over three action packed days for the Barossa Gourmet Weekend. With its roots deeply planted in wine production, the 2017 program shows off the Barossan beverage culture with a spotlight on gourmet food. Experience the trail, ‘choose your own adventure’ style, with intimate tastings, exqu...

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Enjoy the Warmer Side of Winter in the Barossa

Written on August 11, 2017 in Barossa

Wintertime in South Australia is full of warmth and excitement and if you’re in the know, you’ll have no trouble finding the best spots in the area to spend the warming winter. The Barossa is the ultimate destination for those looking to veer a little away from the city, to enjoy a thriving food and...

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Top SA brewers to cheers on International Beer Day

Written on August 4, 2017 in Adelaide

Friday August 4 is International Beer Day 2017 and we thought we’d celebrate the occasion by introducing some of the top breweries in and around Adelaide, where you can visit and pay homage to the hoppy nectar. Adelaide Big Shed Brewing Co Big Shed Brewing Co was started in a man-shed in the Barossa as...

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4 Barossa Boutique Cellar Doors

Written on July 19, 2017 in Barossa

img @ tsharke wines Lou Miranda Estate Lou Miranda Estate is a family owned winery, comprising a cellar door and restaurant in Rowland Flat. Lou, his wife Val and their two daughters produce wines from the philosophy of sourcing great fruit and hand crafted wine making practices. The winery has a restaurant, open 7 days...

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Welcome to the Barossa

Written on July 18, 2017 in Barossa

A visit to South Australia is not complete without experiencing the iconic Barossa Valley. Australia’s most famous wine region lures tourists from far and wide. It attracts people looking for outdoor fun, romantic escapes, delicious gourmet food, picturesque villages, and of course, the world-class wines. With more than 150 wineries and cellar do...

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Our Picks: Things to see and do in the Barossa

Written on July 17, 2017 in Barossa

1. Grab a bike and ride the Jack Bobridge Track between Gawler and Tanunda past towering gums and sweeping vineyards. 2. Head to the old Vintners Sheds outside Angaston on a Saturday morning to explore the Barossa Farmers Market. 3. Leave the driving to someone else and travel in style with Barossa Daimler Tours. A...

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What’s On: Events in the Barossa

Written on July 16, 2017 in Barossa

There is always something happening in the Barossa. If you’re looking for a food and wine event, cultural experience or a music festival, you’ll find it here. Barossa Gourmet Weekend 1–3 September 2017 Various venues throughout the Barossa www.barossagourmet.com Barossa Wine Show 11–14 September 2017 Barossa www.barossa.com/wine/the-barossa...

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Savour: Eating in the Barossa

Written on July 15, 2017 in Barossa

The Barossa Valley is bursting with fabulous local produce and world-class wines. You’re never far away from exceptional wineries, restaurants and markets with passionate locals to help guide your experience.   1918 Bistro & Grill An iconic Barossa Valley food and wine experience. Open 7 days. Lunch 12-2:30pm and dinner 6-9pm 94 Murray S...

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Rustic Fare in the Barossa: 1918 Bistro & Grill

Written on June 3, 2017 in Barossa

1918 Bistro & Grill invite you to experience their oasis of Barossan hospitality. 1918 Bistro & Grill is a restaurant of great history. Once a owned as a home in The Great War, the building is a heritage property that was turned into Barossa’s first bistro grill in 1992. A haven for Barossa winemakers at the...

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