What we love about our Barossa life
One of the things we love the most about the Barossa, is that we get a relaxing country lifestyle but have first class restaurants to dine out when we feel the need for amazing food.
Before you even get to the Barossa, visit the Barossa website to get all your holiday ideas together and find some accommodation. Once you are here, pop into the Visitor Information Centre in Tanunda or Gawler to get the Barossa Visitor Guide and some great suggestions.
If you want to stay nearby, please check out our nearest neighbour's gorgeous B&B called Pinecone Ridge. Anne and Josh's place is located next to the Town Block Vineyard and you get a beautiful outlook from each side of the property.
Our favourite restaurants here serve amazing food and there are a couple that keep hitting that high! The first would be FermentAsian for fabulous Vietnamese influenced dishes and both excellent service and an outstanding wine list. Vintners Bar & Grill is almost our local now, just down the road. If you are a fan of sardines, I definitely recommend the sardines on biscuits that we had recently!
Check out the Barossa Cheese Co in the main street of Angaston to stock up before you head off for a picnic. If you get to the Co-op Foodland supermarket in Nuriootpa on the right day, you can pick up some of Eleni's amazing baked foccacia bread - the best at a picnic!
We love having people come up to stay, one of the best parts is that it gets us out the door and checking out some of the amazing cellar doors around the valley. For a non wine experience, head to Seppeltsfield Road Distillery and taste some gin - Derek's favourite is the All Sorts liquorice gin.