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An all-in-one destination for food and wine lovers
If you find yourself counting down the minutes until Friday afternoon, snap up a cheap flight to Adelaide, jump in your hire car and kick back with a glass of red in hand and a patchwork of farmland in your sights. Put some space between yourself and your weekday worries and gain a fresh perspective with a Barossa holiday. Arguably Australia's best known wine producing region, grape growers are the backbone of the Barossa and have been for generations. Visit the Jacob's Creek, Penfolds, Wolf Blass and Yalumba cellar doors on a Barossa wine tour and indulge your inner vino connoisseur. Find your perfect drop and learn the difference between a Semillon and Sauvignon from world-renowned labels and local artisan brands.
You can't have good wine without great food to match! There must be something magical in the Barossa soil to produce bountiful crops season upon season, creating a community of passionate foodies in the process. A weekend in Barossa is not complete without a Saturday morning visit to the Farmers Market near Angaston where you can chat to local growers and sample food fresh from paddock to plate. Visit the Farm Shop of one of Australia's favourite chefs, Maggie Beer, for a picnic lunch, a take-home hamper to remember your short break in Barossa or a cooking class to learn how to put it all together.
If you're not much of a wine drinker, Barossa is still a beautiful place to get away for the weekend and soak in the quiet country lifestyle. Book your stay at a charming cottage for a bed and breakfast experience or venture a little further to the secluded Clare Valley for a mini holiday cycling through the picturesque countryside and lunching at welcoming country pubs.