Barossa Seasons: Autumn kicks off this Friday with three days full of events showcasing all the region has to offer. From supper clubs and masterclasses to world-class dining experiences – take a look at the event guide below and start planning your itinerary now!

All About Mettwurst Steinys Traditional Mettwurst
April 6-7

If you have ever wondered how the delicious mettwurst on your cheese board is made, then look no further! Understand the different techniques and gain insight into the world of small batch artisanal mettwurst with Steinys Traditional Mettwurst. After tasting your way through their great range, you’ll know which wines and produce pair best with each mettwurst before sitting back and relaxing with a tasting board. Local produce at its finest.

All About Mettwurst

Extra Virgin Olive Oil 101 Masterclass Vasse Virgin at Seppelstfield

 It’s a product used daily by billions of people for a multitude of reasons, but which olive oil is best for cooking, garnishing or flavouring? Join Vasse Virgin at Seppeltsfield for their Extra Virgin Olive Oil 101 Masterclass, where you’ll discover just that! Tasting a variety of local and international olive oils, guests will learn the unique flavour characteristics of each oil and how they are best used, as well as how to detect faults in olive oil. Delicious and informative.

 Extra Virgin Olive Oil 101 Masterclass


Sunset Sessions Atze’s Corner Wines
April 5

 There’s nothing better than a Friday evening spent overlooking the vines at sunset, sipping on a great drop and soaking in the ambience with friends. Join Atze’s Corner Wines for a night of tasty local food, live music and delicious wine to celebrate the beginning of the weekend.

 Sunset Sessions

Art, Vino & Vinyl Linsday Wine Estate
April 6

If you’re looking for the perfect way to spend the last weekend of sunshine before daylight savings ends, then Art, Vino & Vinyl presented by Lindsay Wine Estate is the event for you. This free event is family friendly and features live art, artwork by a number of artists and a dj spinning amazing vinyl tunes into the evening. Taste of Spain will dish up tasty Mediterranean eats while The People v Coffee will be serving coffee and espresso martinis! Of course, no winery event is complete without vino, which will be poured by Lindsay Wine Estate. A not-to-miss.

Art, Vino & Vinyl

Subterranean Supper Club El Estanco
April 5-7

 Showcasing locally grown produce that uses traditional cooking methods, guests will be swept away to a secret location in the Eden Valley for a tantalising long lunch at Subeterranean Super Club. With cocktails and canapes on arrival, enjoy a meal cooked over fire at a Heritage Listed property surrounded by gum trees. Featuring wine by El Estanco, Arno Wine Co, Geyer Wine Co and The Mysterious Mr Black, get to know the chefs and winemakers at this incredible intimate gathering.

Subterranean Supper Club

Barossa Movable Feast Fino Seppeltsfield
April 7

The Barossa is renowned not only for its wine, but its incredible food and dining experiences. Three talented chefs from acclaimed restaurants FINO Seppeltsfield, Hentley Farm and Appellation, will create a movable regional feast for Barossa Seasons: Autumn, to allow guests to sample beautiful dishes from each restaurant. With transport to each venue, the day will begin with signature tastes and textures at Appellation paired with gin from Seppeltsfield Road Distillers before stopping past FINO for a regional shared menu. To end the day, you’ll be taken to the award-winning Hentley Farm for dessert.

Barossa Movable Feast