Family-run Barossa winery Henschke has been voted fourth in the Drinks International ‘World’s Most Admired Wine Brands 2021.'
Get ready to witness the traditional Barossa Vintage Festival parade that kicks off on Saturday April 17 while it makes history as the first community parade & pageant in Australia since the pandemic.
The 90-minute show – Deception – sees Cosentino perform death-defying escapes to thrill the senses, mind-boggling stage illusions, and cutting-edge street magic that twists the view of reality.
Ranging from 10 to 20 year old Semillons, Cabernet and Shiraz, this release at the state of the art cellar door is for a celebration of 20 years of winemaking in the Barossa.
The flavours in their food seek to exemplify the winery's playful mentality, offering an ever-changing, seasonal, market-fresh menu of shared and platter food.
Write your next piece, finish a project or spend the weekend in your zen state of mind in this hidden oasis.
All Easter, the Barossa Valley Chocolate Company will host daily activities, including Easter Egg Hunts and visits from the Easter Bunny himself.
Barossa's newly designed and built SHED, Parra Wirra was inspired by the old world charm of rural shearing sheds.
Hosted by winery Pindarie, the food, wine and sunset-focused event is having its last session of the season on March 19.
Kalleske Wines will serve up its own wine, local craft beers, coffee, and ice cream while you listen to acoustic sounds and enjoy your picnic.
Thorn-Clarke Wines presents Feast & Forage, a Barossa Valley picnic with yummy local food, great music and fantastic wine.
Two reservoirs each within an hour of metropolitan Adelaide will have improved recreational access just in time for Easter.
Small yet somehow spacious, SA little home “Tiny Rosie” fits four, a perfect escape for couples or friends.
The biannual airshow by the Barossa Valley Rotary Club features a range of aircrafts at their April 11th event.
Iconic Barossa Valley winery Chateau Tanunda’s cellar door experiences aren’t just for your international visitors.
The winery will be serving up a total of FIVE courses of pure 'Barossan' indulgence as part of a wine and fine dining experience in their gorgeous tasting shed.
The team at Fino Vino has shown just how adaptable they are, reopening with brand new offerings.
Château Tanunda is another big winner in this year's Halliday Wine Companion.
Change up your date night by exploring South Australia's best regions in this incredible mystery picnic organised completely for you!
Throughout August, Barossa Valley Chocolate Company is releasing eight Hot Chocolate flavours to tickle your tastebuds.