Whistler Wines Taking On Barossa Gourmet Weekend With Spring Party

Expect a magnificent spring-inspired spread (with a little Spanish influence!) and flowing Whistler Wines.

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Barossa Gourmet Weekend is, amongst other things, a great excuse to swing by and see why Whistler Wines is one of the most popular stops on the Barossa trail.

Not only will Whistler Wines be available by the glass or bottle to get you in the Gourmet mood, but you can expect a magnificent spring-inspired spread of food. Sam Worrell-Thompson (of Fine and Fettle fame) will be serving up the best produce of the Barossa region!

You can expect to tuck into some leek and manchego croquettes with paprika aioli or a truffled jamon and tilset toastie (talk about the fanciest toastie you might ever eat). Keep an eye out for loaded paprika fries with spicy tomato sauce and kewpie mayo and the BBQ whole squid with green olive, fried potatoes, nduja, and toasted freekah! Or you could always go classic with paella boasted peppers, chorizo, pipis, and morcilla.

There is also a kids-friendly menu (we’re talking ham and cheese toasties and nuggs). You can check out the menu and all prices here.

Keep warm by getting your groove on and your toes tapping to Valley Cats smooth tunes. Fires will be stoked and roaring to keep you toasty warm, plus the Barossa Bean Bar will equip you with your coffee requirements throughout the event as well.

Keep in mind that if Whistler Wines will be your first stop on your Gourmet Weekend journey, make sure you purchase your Gourmet Trail pass via the Barossa Valley Gourmet Weekend website (click here!) or you can grab one over the bar at Whistler.

And you might want to get in early, as the venue has been known to hit capacity early in the day! No buses will be accepted past 12:00pm on both days.

WHAT: Spring-Inspired Feasting @ Whistler Wines Gourmet Weekend

WHERE: Whistler Wines, 241 Seppeltsfield Rd, Stone Well SA 5352

WHEN: Saturday 7th & Sunday 8th September, from 10:30am to 5pm.

TICKETS: Just make sure you have your $10 Gourmet Trail pass (available from Whistler or the Barossa Valley Gourmet Weekend website).

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