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10 Amazing Food & Wine Experiences In Barossa Valley & Adelaide Hills

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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.

Steingarten Vineyard

Visiting the Barossa Valley wineries and cellar doors in South Australia showed me just how much goes into making a bottle of wine and how important flavor profiles are when pairing wines with food.

Simply picking a red with steak and white with fish is not enough, as we learned on a wine tasting experience in The Barossa.

If you’re looking to learn about the food and wine in The Barossa, or go on a food and wine experiences, then you’ve come to the right place.

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

Best Food and Wine Experiences In The Barossa Valley

oysters and wine on a table

Before we move on, let me say that Adelaide and its surrounds is known to be the food bowl region of South Australia.

I reckon you can bump that up to Australia. It’s exceptional and I always love returning to Adelaide for that reason alone.

South Australians eat so much good local food, which is great for diet, economy and environment. Ra Ra Radelaide!

1. Rubys Organic Cafe, Adelaide Hills

  • Hours: 7.30am – 3.00pm daily
  • Address: Shop 3/29 Mount Barker Rd, Stirling SA 5152

We loved this small cafe in Stirling, one of the prettiest villages in the Adelaide Hills.

It was a wet and windy night, the rain dripped down the window and orange and red leaves danced around outside in the wind.

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.

They have healthy vegan and gluten free options, and their coffees are fantastic. We also appreciate the portion sizes are appropriate.

2. Jacob’s Creek Cooking Class

a couple doing a cooking class together at jacobs creek winery

One of the best food and wine experiences you can have, is a cooking class at one of the world’s most renowned wineries. It’s one of the top things to do in the Barossa!

The cooking school is located in the Jacob’s Creek organic garden, full of produce, in the original position of…

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