Forgetting about the food and wine, there is always something going on in the Barossa Valley.
Gotcha! That was a trick. There is never any forgetting the food and wine of the Barossa Valley.
Wine has helped defined the very fabric of the area since 1842. There are still a handful of sixth generation winemakers carrying on the tradition – along with more than 550 other grape growing families who have made their own mark on this region abundant with beautiful produce and possibility.
The best Barossa Valley wines – Shiraz is the Barossa’s star performer and Cabernet Sauvignon, Mataro, Grenache, Riesling, Semillon and fortifieds – each hold their own on the world stage.
Gastronomy is more than just an interest in the Barossa Valley; it’s a way of life, and the calendar, the streets, and the cellar doors are full of experiences and events where people can come together to celebrate food and wine and one another.
Join them by driving for an hour north east from Adelaide.