Summer is the perfect time to visit the Valley, marking the start of warm days and balmy evenings. Barossa is the must-visit destination of lovers of wine, fun and delicious produce. We’ve compiled the ultimate guide for your trip to the Barossa in summer, read on to discover our top tips!
The Barossa Farmers Market is iconic to the local area and is a genuine, community market located in the Vintners Shed in Angaston. There is an amazing array of stallholders selling a beautiful selection of fresh produce, sweets and smallgoods. Learn about the origins of Barossa’s unique food culture and take part in the Market Walking Tour! Join former market manager Jess Greatwich to see, hear and taste the heritage of the valley.
The perfect way to spend a summer’s day in the cool, partake in an authentic Italian cooking class! Fiona and Matteo Carboni relocated from Parma in Northern Italy, since that time they have combined their extensive teaching skills, relationships with producers and love of Italian cuisine. This is an unforgettable unique experience for tourists as well as locals.
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Barossa is world-renowned for its eateries and dining options. Featuring restaurants showcasing local produce, wineries with stunning views and delicious cafes, it is the perfect excuse to get out of the heat. Find the dining guide to the Barossa here.
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If wineries aren’t your thing, visit Barossa Distilling Company for a gin that is quintessentially Barossa. Housed in the Old Penfolds Distillery in Nuriootpa and 5 days a week structured tastings and tastings paddles are on offer of their own spirits. Food is also available with a Distillery bites menu offering a range of flavours from across the world, perfect for lunch, a light dinner or satisfying snack.
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Where to stay? Stay with us at the Barossa Weintal, located in the beautiful Barossa. Experience their picturesque location famous for its wines, tranquil landscapes and hospitality. Book your stay today!