There’s no better example of Barossa traditions than its food. The influence of the self-sufficient and hard-working settlers is still strong in Barossa butcheries, bakeries, restaurants and homes. Preserving, smoking and baking are still a part of everyday life and the results include smoked mettwurst, lachschinken, traditional breads, bienenstich and streuselkuchen, dill cucumbers, pickled onions, olives and olive oil, egg noodles, and a variety of chutneys, pickles and preserves.
Of course there’s plenty of tradition in the wine, architecture, art, music and even the language of the Barossa. But you’ll have to come and see us to find out more.