Food & Wine Attractions
Maggie Beer's Farm Shop on the outskirts of Nuriootpa, offers tastings, sales and limited edition seasonal produce. Customers can browse amongst locally produced regional goods, purchase one of Maggie's signed books, have a light lunch or simply sit back and take in the view. There are daily cooking demonstrations at 2pm and it is worth checking the link (above) for more information.
The Barossa Brewing Company take beer seriously, producing small batches of pure, traditionally fermented beers, hand-crafted from the best ingredients available. The brewery is located in the historic old Wheat Store in Greenock.
The Barossa Farmer's Market has become a Saturday morning institution. Open from 7.30am to 11.30am, you can taste and buy the best the Barossa has to offer. More than 50 stallholders provide meats, bread, cheese, fresh fruit & vegetables, oils, preserves and local specialities. Stock up for the weekend or get everything you need for the week ahead.
Château Tanunda, established in 1890, is one of Australia’s most beautiful winery estates. Located in the heart of Tanunda, the Estate is home to grand buildings, manicured gardens, croquet lawns and a cricket pitch as well as a heritage listed Cellar Door and wine making facility. Take a tour of the Estate, enjoy a cheese platter and a game of croquet or taste a broad range of internationally acclaimed wines.
The Barossa Valley Cheese Company in Angaston is a multi-award winning manufacturer of artisan cheeses. Company founder and head cheese-maker Victoria McClurg and her team are always seeking innovative ideas and refining traditional methods in cheese-making.
Seppeltsfield Road defines a significant historic tourism precinct within the Barossa. The Seppeltsfield Road Business Alliance works to promote this unique, premium, heritage part of the region and has developed a touring guide to help you make the most of your time in their special part of the Barossa...SRBA Touring Guide