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Travel with a Local – Michael Wohlstadt

Written on May 23, 2019 in Barossa

Nestled between the Barossa towns of Lyndoch and Williamstown is the farm of Michael Wohlstadt – who’s also known as The Dairyman. View this post on Instagram This Sunday @adelfarmmarket . My good friends Grace and Philip will be there. I'll be @cheesefest_ferment .. A post shared by Michael Wohlstadt (@thedairymanbarossa) on Oct 26, 2018.....

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Travel with a Local – Kym Masters

Written on May 3, 2019 in Adelaide Hills

For Kym Masters, the journey to becoming a cheese maker took on an interesting path. Originally hailing from the grain paddocks of the Eyre Peninsula, Kym had a successful corporate career before ditching the suit to forge his way as a cheese maker. Now under his label Section 28, he has handcrafted a range of...

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In the Family Way

Written on April 17, 2019 in Barossa

In the lead up to the Barossa Vintage Festival from 24 to 28 April, we speak with Brett Hayes, proprietor of Hayes Family Wines, about what the Festival means to his team and what visitors can expect at their event. Brett Hayes of Hayes Family Wines has been producing wines for the people of the...

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6 Must-Visit Eateries in the Limestone Coast

Written on March 14, 2019 in Limestone Coast

If you’re headed to the Limestone Coast, treat your taste buds to six of these incredible eateries scattered across the region. Pipers of Penola Pipers of Penola, situated on the doorstop of the Coonawarra is an up market and contemporary restaurant offering an a la carte restaurant menu with an emphasis on regional produce. Located...

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Taste and Savour – Yorke Peninsula

Written on December 13, 2018 in Yorke Peninsula

Treat your taste buds to some of the finest food and drink on offer on Yorke Peninsula. Check out our favourites below… The northern part of the Yorke Peninsula is known as “Australia’s Little Cornwall” due to an influx of miners from Cornwall in the 1860s seeking work in the region’s copper mines. They bough...

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3 Reasons to Visit the Barossa

Written on November 20, 2018 in Barossa

The Barossa is renowned for its food and wine, cultural activities and easy-going lifestyle. With a unique history and a rich, wholesome community, it’s a region you’ll never want to leave. Here are three reasons you should visit this slice of heaven, just an hour from Adelaide. Food There is an unparalleled contemporary food culture...

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