August 2022

‘A Little More Barossa’ food and wine festival to launch this August

A Little More Barossa will be the perfect excuse to escape the city and experience the best of the Barossa on a plate or in a glass.

Barossa is looking hot this August with a line-up of tempting food and wine events underscoring the region’s reputation as a culinary destination.

The launch of the month-long A Little More Barossa food and wine festival program reveals 50 curated events, offering new tastes, flavours and experiences, across more than 40 Barossa locations.

From wine inspired experiences, long lunches, winter dinners, masterclasses, workshops and an unexpected event, or two, the Festival offers first-hand access to some of Barossa’s leading wine and hospitality venues.

Expand your wine knowledge and satisfy your taste buds across a series of seven events at Artisans of Barossa, test your creativity with clay and wine, or art and wine workshop, learn the secrets of baking with a masterclass at El Estanco, indulge in a long lunch at Fino, hit the dance floor at Pindarie or gain exclusive access to Australia’s only regional cellar, The Barossa Cellar.

Curated by Barossa Australia, and supported by South Australian Tourism Commission, A Little More Barossa is the perfect excuse to escape the city and experience the best of the Barossa on a plate or in a glass.

Barossa Australia, Head of Destination and Visitor Development, Ben Patten said, “we’ve well and truly taken over the event calendar for the month of August, with 50 events that showcase a little more Barossa.

“We’re confident the strength of this year’s program, and number of events alone, is enough to entice people to visit Barossa in the heart of winter.

“Forget staying home this August, this is a chance to discover something new. A chance to pull up a seat at a Barossa table and experience first-hand the generosity, warmth and flavours that make Barossa special.”

A highlight of the program sees the return of the heart-warming initiative, Give A Little More Barossa – a pop up soup kitchen with a cause.

The concept brought to life by chef, Sam Smith (The Otherness) last year, will see a rotating roster of Barossa chefs, bakers and front of house staff cook and serve soup every Tuesday at Barossa Central (Nuriootpa). The program raises much needed funds for Foundation Barossa.

This year’s community collaboration will feature chefs and bakers from Vine Inn Barossa, Barossa Fresh Bakery, El Estanco, Cheryse Zagler, Rockford Winery, Mehl Bakery, Vintners Bar & Grill and Apex Bakery with all profits raised going back to Foundation Barossa.

A Little More Barossa is proudly presented with support from Events SA and the South Australian Tourism Commission.

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