If you’re a wine connoisseur, then you’ll already know that The Barossa Valley births some of Australia’s finest wines.

Globally recognized brands such as Jacob’s Creek have their vineyards and wineries here, and if you’re looking for high-profile food and wine experiences in Australia, then you’d need to look no further than The Barossa.

Best Food and Wine Experiences In The Barossa Valley

Here are some of our top food and wine experiences to enjoy in the Barossa and surrounding Adelaide regions.

Rubys Organic Cafe, Adelaide Hill

Rubys Organic Cafe has an ethos of clean, organic eating. The food is fresh and using only the best local produce around. Our meal set a high standard for the Barossa and Adelaide Hills region.

Jacob’s Creek Cooking Class

The cooking school is located in the Jacob’s Creek organic garden, full of produce, in the original position of Anne Jacob’s garden (sister of William Jacob after whom the famous creek was named), which she tended to when the cottage was first built in 1837.

Woodside Cheese Wrights, Adelaide Hills

The cheeses we tasted at Woodside Cheese Wrights were some of the most unique and innovative cheeses I’ve ever eaten. Woodside is more than just good cheese, it’s an interesting story of Kris Lloyd who fell into cheese making.

Star of Greece, Port Willunga

The food was fresh and local, and contemporary versions of some of Australia’s favourite traditional dishes. And watching dolphins swim in the calm waters below made this lunch date in Barossa turn more into a bucket list moment.

Jacob’s Creek Food & Wine Masterclass and Two Course Lunch

The 2.5 hour Masterclass is held in the Jacobs Creek visitor Centre and if you can peel your eyes away from the stunning 350 year old gum tree that forms part of the panoramic view from the windows, you’re sure to learn a lot about wine from James.

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