Oh Mon Dieu - Bonjour Barossa Is Back!

Oh Mon Dieu – Bonjour Barossa Is Back!

Put on your beret and dust off your french phrase-book, Bonjour Barossa is back for another year at Seppeltsfield.


Put on your beret and dust off your french phrase-book, Bonjour Barossa is back for another year at Seppeltsfield. The French food, culture and of course wine is returning on Sunday the 8th of July.

The best of France will be celebrated with a festival featuring market style food, wine and homeware’s, it’ll be a week before Bastille Day too so it’ll be an event filled with French nationalism.

Now in it’s troisiéime (third) year, Bonjour Barossa sees the Seppeltsfield estate reimagined into a Parisian style marketplace, bringing together food, wine, and homeware vendors to the backdrop of French-themed music and entertainment.

If you’re thinking French then you’ll know to expect the best range of patisserie, boulangerie and charcuterie alongside other French classics like oysters, cheese and you know it, chocolate! Highlighting the French food stall holders will be Adelaide-based Boulangerie 113, Mulots Patisserie, Chocolique, Les Deux Coqs, The Crepeire Cart and The Oyster Bar, who will join local artisans and products from Barossa Valley Cheese Co., Owen Andrews, Barossa Coffee Roasters and Barossa Valley Ice-cream.

From puppetry to petanque, pastries to Pol Roger, Bonjour Barossa celebrates a blend of classic French food and cultural experiences, within the surroundings of Seppeltsfield’s stunning 19th-century architecture and laneways.

A sell-out experience in previous years, on-site Events Executive Chef, Owen Andrews, will offer a walking tour of some of Seppeltsfield’s food culture sites, uncovering the estate’s mythology with early Barossan cuisine.

Seppeltsfield chef Owen Andrews will be offering a walking tour of the estate alongside culinary demonstrations of French cuisine and champagne master classes, and if you were unsure, yes there’s a Belle Époque-themed Seppeltsfield wine bar.

A limited number of seats will also be made available to master classes and meet-the-maker opportunities, including Vasse Virgin (perfumery), Pol Roger (champagne), and Barossa Valley Cheese Co., whilst those inclined to simply sit, sip and savour can do so to the Parisian Jazz sounds of Louise Blackwell.

More info on the event can be found here.

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