Barossa World-renowned wine country

The Barossa is a famed wine region encompassing the towns of Tanunda, Angaston, Lyndoch and Nuriootpa – and it’s just a 50-minute drive north-east of Adelaide. You’ll find more than 80 cellar doors, the perfect place to pause and savour lauded drops such as those from the family-owned Yalumba 

The Epicurean Way road trip invites you to feast your way through the culinary heart of South Australia, taking it easy as you discover its gems. 

Magger Beer's Farm Shop, Barossa
Magger Beer's Farm Shop, Barossa

Nourish your soul with local produce

The same soil that nourishes prized local vines also turns out an array of fresh produce. Call in to Maggie Beer’s Farm Shop & Cafe, El Estanco or the renowned Apex Bakery to taste authentic Barossa fare – or treat yourself with a meal at favourites including FermentAsian, FINO Seppeltsfield, Hentley Farm or Vintners Bar & Grill. The region’s food culture is shared across generations, with the influence of early German settlers evident in many local dishes. Wander through the Barossa Farmers Market to discover an extensive range of local vegetables, fruit, meats, bread and cheeses, plus delicious oils, preserves, pastries, dumplings, cakes, sweet treats, coffee and other specialties. 

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