A Little More Barossa ... food and wine festival

Ignite your senses as you uncover new experiences, new tastes and new flavours during a month long celebration and showcase of Barossa’s wine and food, the people and their stories .

A little more Barossa … food and wine festival serves up a series of enticing events through August with everything from  long lunches, degustation dinners, picnics, masterclasses and workshops, mystery picnics, secret locations and self-discovery food journeys at wineries, cellar doors, restaurants, cafes and dedicated workshop hubs.

Explore the full program of events below.

* Note - A Little More Barossa event tickets are purchased directly with individual event organisers/hosts.

Discover a little more Barossa this August across 60+ events

Until next time .....

Camembert Cheesemaking Workshop

EVENT HELD - July 31

Join professional cheesemaker, Erin Jones from Cultured Cheese School for a fun and relaxed morning amongst the barrels learning how to make camembert cheese from start to finish. You will take home everything you make including notes and recipes and enjoy an around the world cheese platter and tasting of Atze’s Corner Wines. Tix $176pp

Haloumi Cheesemaking

EVENT HELD - August 1

Join professional cheesemaker, Erin Jones from Cultured Cheese School for a fun and relaxed morning amongst the barrels learning how to make haloumi cheese from start to finish. You will take home everything you make including notes and recipes and enjoy an around the world cheese platter and tasting of Atze’s Corner Wines. Tix $176pp

Feta Cheesemaking Workshop

EVENT HELD - July 30

Join professional cheesemaker, Erin Jones from Cultured Cheese School for a fun and relaxed morning amongst the barrels learning how to make feta cheese from start to finish. You will take home everything you make including notes and recipes and enjoy an around the world cheese platter and tasting of Atze’s Corner Wines. Tix $176pp

Frequently Asked Questions

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Get Help From a Local

The friendly and fabulous staff at the Barossa Visitor Centre are standing by to help. Where to stay, how to get there and what else to do during your stay - from recommendation to booking all in one phone call.

Accommodation

Whether you're looking for a little more luxury, a little more seclusion, or a little more family time, there is an accommodation option in the Barossa waiting for you. Browse the full selection of available properties here, or contact the friendly team at the Visitor Centre who are happy to make bookings on your behalf.

Barossa Made SALA Workshops

Barossa is a region that prides itself on long-standing skills and traditions. Our community has always loved to create and share.

Immerse yourself in the talents of our local makers & artists by joining a range of workshops throughout the month of August for SALA Festival. From art you can eat, painting and creating - there’s a place for everyone at the Barossa Makers’ Table.

Check out each work shop in the grid above! Book online now or call the Barossa Visitor on 1300 852 982.

Acknowledgement of Country —

The Barossa is located on the traditional lands of the Ngadjuri, Peramangk and Kaurna people