Butcher, Baker, Winemaker Trail [1 day]
The Butcher, Baker, Winemaker Trail lends itself perfectly to a day of exploring the Barossa. It's our luxurious version of a Yellow Brick Road that winds you through the very best food and wine experiences the Barossa has to offer.
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 here. You can also purchase your hamper online and collect it from either the Gawler Visitor Information Centre or the Kapunda Visitor Information Centre.
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 moments 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 Brockenchack Vineyards, Chateau Tanunda, Hemera Estate, Kies Family Wines, Murray Street Vineyards, Penfolds Barossa, Rosenvale Wines, Seppeltsfield Winery, Thorn-Clarke Wines or Barossa Chateau.
From here you can begin to build your gourmet picnic from producers featured along the Trail. Use your VIP vouchers to collect the following produce and meet a few characters along the way:
Local, handmade cheese, and crackers from the Barossa Valley Cheese Company.
Plump, meaty olives from Vasse Virgin at Seppeltsfield.
Traditional fruit paste from Maggie Beer's Farm Shop.
A delicious, zesty relish from Zimmy’s Barossa Valley Produce; and
Tasty dried fruits from Gully Gardens.
Your VIP Voucher booklet is valid for 12 months from time of purchase so there’s no need to rush.
Your Butcher, Baker, Winemaker Trail map also includes a list of our favourite picnic spots in the Barossa – some well known 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.
For more information about enjoying your Butcher, Baker, Winemaker experience by bike, check out our cycling information.
Enjoy your exploration of the Barossa's famous food and wine producers on the Butcher, Baker, Winemaker Trail and share your experience using #barossa and #mybarossa.