It’s not long now until Barossa Vintage Festival takes place this April! From masterclasses to long-table lunches and a gala ball, there’s so much to see and do! To celebrate, we take a look at our favourite dining destinations around the region.
With its culinary roots firmly entrenched in the Vietnamese heritage of the owners, FermentAsian in Tanunda actively supports local producers. Many of the pungent herbs used in the eclectic dishes come from the chef’s home gardens with a nice menu coupled with fine wines in a classic stone house with a deck. FermentAsian is an upscale eatery which you will remember long after the last delicious mouthful.
FINO Seppeltsfield is the dining centrepiece of the magnificently restored and revitalised Seppeltsfield Winery precinct. Placing importance on produce and provenance, with an authentic connection to the Barossa region, its culture and its people, this is the perfect place for along lunch or cosy dinner in the majestic fireside dining room. A popular venue for hosted events thanks to the enclosed garden-view verandah, European-style garden terrace and a stunning cellar space in the original bluestone wine tanks.
It’s all about fresh ingredients at Appellation, reflected in the fact that 85 percent of the menu comes from within the Barossa and South Australia. Ancient food traditions are embraced with produce from the kitchen garden and close relationships forged with local purveyors, farmers and growers. All bread is baked onsite and the well-stocked cellar shares space with traditional meats such as salami and sausages.
Vintners Bar & Grill
Nestled among the vineyards, Vintners Bar & Grill is one of the Barossa’s longest operating restaurants. Backing onto the Barossa Farmers Market, the chance for chefs to have a first-hand look at local seasonal produce translates to high quality dining options from the freshest ingredients. This passion for exceptional wine and outstanding food as seen it become a favourite destination for locals and visitors.
Artisan of the Barossa
Like minded producers at Artisans of the Barossa seek to make inspirational wines that uphold the culture and traditions of the region. Enjoy the six tasting rooms and great glass-lined, modern restaurant with a spectacular view. Harvest Kitchen is all about generous, honest and flavoursome food, designed around the seasons. Order from a range of dishes from their menu or relax and enjoy the famous ‘Feed me like a Barossan’ menu where the kitchen does the choosing for you.
Our Table at Jacob’s Creek
Johann Gramp planted his first vineyard along Jacobs Creek in 1847. His vision was to create a great tasting wines that reflect the true character of the grapes and the land. Our Table restaurant provides a great ambience and features fresh seasonal food from the region and kitchen garden. Experience the best of what the Barossa has to offer, from local produce and genuine heritage to stunning views over the Barossa ranges.
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