A SELF-DRIVE MEANDER TO DISCOVER THE BAROSSA’S FAMOUS FOOD AND WINE PRODUCERS.
Discover the hidden gems of the Barossa and maybe your new favourite cellar door. Follow the trail, gather your produce and relax in a sunny picnic spot. Use your VIP vouchers to unlock special experiences across the Barossa’s finest food and wine producers.
Start your Butcher, Baker, Winemaker Trail adventure by purchasing a VIP Voucher booklet and gourmet picnic hamper for only $89 at the Barossa Visitor Information Centre, or online via the link below.
Your gourmet picnic hamper contains a stainless steel cheese knife, cheese board, two Barossa wine glasses, napkins, condiments dish and printed Trail Map – everything you need to get started!
Now, take a few moment to plan the first few steps of your culinary adventure through the Barossa and don’t forget to ask for an insider’s tip or two from our wonderful Visitor Information Centre staff – you can’t beat local knowledge.
And then you’re off! Adventuring is thirsty work so start by paying a visit to one of our participating cellars doors and use a VIP voucher to collect your bottle of wine to the value of $20. Choose from:
From here you can begin to build your gourmet picnic from producers featured along the Trail.
- Local, handmade cheese, and crackers from the Barossa Valley Cheese Company
- A traditionally smoked Barossa mettwurst from Linke’s Central Meat Store or Steiny’s Traditional Mettwurst
- A delicious, zesty relish from Zimmy’s Barossa Valley Produce; and
- Tasty dried fruits from Gully Gardens
- Plump, glistening olives from Vasse Virgin at Seppeltsfield
- Traditional fruit paste from Maggie Beer's Farm Shop
Your Butcher, Baker, Winemaker Trail map also includes a list of our favourite picnic spots in the Barossa – some well know and others nestled away in hidden corners of the valley. Take the time to kick back and enjoy the fruits of your travels, a glass of wine (or two) and a beautiful view.
Enjoy your Butcher, Baker, Winemaker Trail experience! We'd love to see what you discover on the Tail - share using #mybarossa or #barossa