The Barossa Vintage Festival has been big circle on our calendar since the kick off of 2017, and we’re getting giddy in anticipation in the lead up to this event! The festival is a 5 day bevvy of events presented by various venues and businesses in the Barossa. The events range from free and family friendly to exclusive black tie dinners or extravagant long lunches. Check out the program here.

If you’re looking to finish your Vintage Festival experience on a high, or just after somewhere to spend a lazy Sunday surrounded by incredible food and wine offerings, then you can’t go past the official Festival wrap party, Feast, Folk and Fossick. Seize the opportunity to get lost in the maze of unique Barossa food, beverages, produce and experiences – where everything old is new again. 

Reignite your senses and let your tastebuds be rewarded with a selection of mouth-watering Barossa produce, where the order of the day is long, slow and tender. Watch in awe as Barossa meat produce is cooked to absolute perfection over coals and open flames on a jaw dropping 12 metre handcrafted BBQ structure, made entirely of recycled materials. At the helm of the giant BBQ, aptly dubbed ‘Wie Gehts’ (welcome) will be pit master Pete Little of Harvest Kitchen. Pete and his team of experts, will cook up a storm, delivering a full suite of tasty slow cooked treats from renowned Barossa producers including Schuam Pork, Barossa Birds and Hutton Vale Lamb. 

And for the non-meat lovers the boys from Forage Supply Co will be on site with their vintage caravan, serving up their sustainable vegan meals! You can wash all this amazing food down with an incredible selection of Barossa wine and locally produced beverages.

Throughout the day, tunes will be provided by Cal Williams Jnr, Michaela Jenke Music, A.P D’Antonio and Very Jane.

Linger a little longer in the Barossa. Feast Folk and Fossick is the perfect wrap to an unforgettable Vintage Festival.

WHEN | 23 April, 10am-5pm
COST | FREE ENTRY (family friendly)
WHERE | Lyndoch Village Green

images supplied by Barossa Vintage Festival