Winter Activities in the Barossa Valley
29th July 2019
Escape the busy city life and explore the Barossa Valley this winter. Whilst the cooler months is often a time to hibernate, a trip to the world-class wine region should be high on your to-do list. Stay at the Barossa Weintal this winter and save up to 25% off* plus receive a complimentary bottle of Penfolds! We’ve compiled the ultimate guide to things to do in Barossa Valley, read on to discover our top tips!
Enjoy eating your way through the Barossa Farmers Market on a Saturday morning and exploring all the local winter produce has to offer. Grab a cup of locally-brewed coffee and wander through the stalls. You can pick from the wide array of produce on offer, including jams and preserves or even a bottle of locally-made gin!
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Learn the art of Italian cooking at Casa Carboni Cooking School
If there is one thing that sparks cosy winter nights is curling up with a big bowl of pasta. Moving to the beautiful Barossa Valley from Parma in Northern Italy, Fiona and Matteo Carboni established Casa Carboni in 2012. Putting an end to the disparity between Italian restaurants and home cooking, their Taste of Italy cooking classes gives you an opportunity to impress your friends back and home with your newfound cooking skills. Perfect for a rainy day!
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Wine lovers have always felt at home in the Barossa Valley, but now chocolate lovers have a reason to visit too! Perfect for the cooler weather, there’s so much for the whole family to enjoy at the new chocolaterie and cellar door. Visitors can watch the team of chocolatiers making the artisan treats or chocolate and wine pairing experience have been carefully curated.
Photo via (IG) @barossavalleychocolate
Explore the Wineries
You can’t visit the Barossa Valley without exploring the world-class wineries on offer. Winter is the perfect time to visit, as you get to admire the scenery, meet the locals but on many occasions you may be among the first to taste newly released wines. With twenty cellar doors, you might just find your new favourite!
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Where to stay? Stay at the Barossa Weintal, located in the heart of the beautiful Barossa. Experience the picturesque location famous for its wine, tranquil landscapes and hospitality. Book direct today and save up to 25% off* plus receive a complimentary bottle of Penfolds. Book Now.
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