Exceptional wine. Equally impressive food (plus views in every direction). Welcome to the Barossa – an hour north of Adelaide and world-renowned for good reason. Eating and drinking here is your chance to indulge: a blend of rustic cellar doors, intimate restaurants and farm-to-table fare. See what awaits across the region during Tasting Australia.
Yalumba x Chin Chin Restaurant
Ready? Chin Chin is back in the Barossa for this special collaboration. Choose between lunch or dinner, with classic favourites such as kingfish with lime, green namh jim and coconut cream to star alongside Yalumba wines. Hosted by Chin Chin head chef Benjamin Cooper, it’s the perfect excuse for a regional getaway.
Yalumba x Chin Chin GoGo Lawns
Dine all day as Chin Chin’s GoGo bar makes itself at home at Yalumba. Relax on lush lawns and enjoy snacks including curry-spiced potato gems, larb meatball sub or roti apple pie with Nutella – plus a glass of Yalumba wine and Riedel wine glass to keep.
1918 Sustainable Producers Dinner
Learn and be inspired by South Australian producers who dare to do things differently, and a Tanunda restaurant proud to honour them. Your four-course menu will feature beef and pork direct from Korinya Farm Gate on the Eyre Peninsula, plus selections from Barossa label Tscharke Wines. Insights from the owners of both businesses will feature during the evening.
The Barossa, bottled
Taste the Ethereal @ Tscharke Wines
Welcome to wine tasting reimagined. Set foot on Tscharke’s ancient mineral soils and breathe in the Barossa’s beauty as you forge a deeper connection with its signature beverage. This afternoon experience promises to be both immersive and inspirational.
Discover the Formidable Flavour of an Australian Legend
Revel in one of Australia’s iconic drops at Barossa Valley Estate while surrounded by remarkable perennial gardens. Guests will enjoy a glass of 2019 E&E Black Pepper shiraz – among Australia’s 25 benchmark wines – together with a delicious charcuterie platter.
Krondorf Garden Grazing – Rockford Wines
Horse-drawn carriage, anyone? Rockford Wines is sharing this rare chance to graze through its garden at Krondorf Farm. Guests will travel from Rockford’s courtyard towards the Barossa Ranges, then savour a five-course tasting menu from resident chef Sandor Palmai while roaming the garden. The final treat: a wine tasting beside the cellar door fire.
Spend a day exploring Hutton Vale Farm in the Barossa’s Eden Valley alongside members of the Henschke and Angas families. Snacks and lunch will be prepared by top local chef Mark McNamara, with an unforgettable wine tasting atop Mt Edelstone to end the day.
Wine Lovers Walk – Heggies Vineyard to Pewsey Vale Vineyard
Enjoy exclusive access to two of the Barossa’s most celebrated vineyards – plus wine tastings, snacks and a seasonal produce lunch. Winemakers Louisa Rose and Marc van Halderen will share insights throughout the journey, which is set to follow part of the Heysen Trail and skirt Kaiser Stuhl.
Forage Supply Co x Warndu
Settle in for a day of indulgence, culture and learning as Warndu dishes featuring native Australian produce are served alongside Forage Supply Co wines. Guests will gather at Rogasch Cottage, a fully renovated 1860s residence nestled amid nine hectares of vineyards.
Fire and Feast
Lou’s Place at Rowland Flat will host this Mediterranean feast for the senses. Watch chefs at work over fire while sipping red made from vines mere metres away. Slow-roasted porcetta, chargrilled octopus, regional vegetables and lamb on the spit will be among the day’s culinary highlights.
Mysterious Mr Black x Anchovy Bandit
Anyone for a road trip? Join Anchovy Bandit chefs Shane Wilson and Michael Henderson for their special appearance at Charlie Black’s Barossa winery. Expect four sumptuous courses featuring local producers and ingredients, plus something mysterious on the menu…
Barossa Valley Immersion
Tradition and technology both have their place at Kies Family Wines. Be immersed across an afternoon featuring award-winning selections, Japanese fusion cuisine and a vineyard tour. Resident winemaker Bronson Kies will join guests to discuss philosophies guiding the estate.
Saltram Underground Tour & Tasting Followed by a Three-Course Shared Lunch
Go underground for a tour and tasting at one of the Barossa’s oldest estates – then surface for three indulgent courses. You’ll sip Saltram wines and Mr Pickwick’s tawny, explore the property’s cellar and gather for a ghost story or two before relaxing over lunch.
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