Winter in Wine Land: Make the Most of The Gorgeous Winter Season in the Barossa Valley

Winter in Wine Land: Make the Most of The Gorgeous Winter Season in the Barossa Valley

Winter isn’t a universally loved season. But there are particular perks that only the colder months of the year can deliver – whether it’s the ambience of rainy nights, cosy wood fire meals, or the beginning of red wine season. And, while we might be a little biassed, the Barossa Valley has got it all and is a wonderful escape during the winter months.
Truffle Dinner: The First of the Season

Truffle Dinner: The First of the Season

As the first event in our Winter Series, Essen by Artisans of Barossa is delighted to host a Truffle Dinner on 29 June 2024. This marks the beginning of truffle season, a time for culinary indulgence and celebration.

Reservations essential: Book online now 🔗

RED WINE AND FIRE PITS

Winter Wonderland at Artisans of Barossa

Join us at Artisans of Barossa for a series of exclusive winter events that celebrate the best of Barossa Valley's food and wine. From the Truffle and Wine Dinner to the Fire to Fork Shiraz experience, Old Vine Tasting, Fried Chicken and Blanc de Blanc, and a special Father's Day celebration, there's something for everyone. Indulge in gourmet delights, savor exceptional wines, and make unforgettable memories.

Book your tickets now and experience the magic of winter in the Barossa Valley! Multiple booking links are in the blog.

My Grandmother's Country - Khajita Possum

Our commitment to Reconciliation: Corroboree Dream Art Aboriginal Art Gallery

We believe in the power of art to connect, inspire, and transform. As we enter our second year of deepening our commitment to Reconciliation, we are honoured to host an exceptional showcase of Aboriginal artwork again, thanks to our collaboration with Corroboree Dream Art, a renowned local gallery in Tanunda.
Latest news: Sons of Eden Notus Wins Trophy for Best Grenache

Latest news: Sons of Eden Notus Wins Trophy for Best Grenache

We are thrilled to announce that the Sons of Eden Notus Grenache 2022 has been awarded Best Grenache at the 2024 Winewise Championship. This outstanding accolade is a testament to the exceptional quality and craftsmanship of the Sons of Eden wines, and we couldn't be more proud.

Purchase award winning Sons of Eden wine today: "Shop Sons of Eden collection"🔗

Winter Wine Down at Artisans of Barossa - May 2024

Winter Wine Down at Artisans of Barossa - May 2024

Fire pits, tapas with paired wines, mulled wine, Shiraz Gin and dark beers! Winter in Barossa doesn't get any better.
Our Artisan in the House - May reveal

Our Artisan in the House - May reveal

Every Saturday this May, immerse yourself in the Autumn colours of the Barossa with a unique wine-tasting journey, our Artisan in the House programme.  Join a winemaker each week in...
Advancing Legacy and Innovation in Barossa: The Duval Family's Winemaking Evolution

Advancing Legacy and Innovation in Barossa: The Duval Family's Winemaking Evolution

The journey of John and Tim Duval, as featured in a recent Barossa Mag article, showcases a captivating narrative of familial legacy and progressive innovation in the Barossa Valley's winemaking scene. John and his son Tim represent a dynamic partnership at John Duval Wines. Their collaboration drives forward the family's wine legacy with a fresh and innovative approach.

For those keen to explore more about John and Tim Duval's winemaking journey and their contributions to the Barossa Valley's wine legacy, the full article is available on Barossa Mag's website: "link to article"🔗

Celebrating Heritage and Innovation in Barossa: The Lienert Brothers' Winemaking Journey

Celebrating Heritage and Innovation in Barossa: The Lienert Brothers' Winemaking Journey

The story of John and James Lienert, as featured in a recent article by Barossa Mag, exemplifies a powerful narrative of heritage, tradition, and the ushering in of a new generation in winemaking within the Barossa Valley. The Lienert brothers, who have transformed their family's traditional farming roots into a burgeoning winemaking venture, are a testament to the enduring spirit of the Barossa region's wine culture.

For those interested in reading more about the Lienert's journey, and their contributions to the Barossa Valley's wine legacy, the full article is available on Barossa Mag's website: "link to article"🔗

What To Do in The Barossa Valley For Mother's Day & Mother’s Day Lunch

What To Do in The Barossa Valley For Mother's Day & Mother’s Day Lunch

For the day of the year to show appreciation for the wonderful mothers in our lives, Mother’s Day is a special opportunity to give back. If you're considering how to make this day memorable, the Barossa Valley offers an unrivalled blend of relaxation, indulgence, and scenic beauty, perfect for celebrating. From a Mother’s Day lunch with delightful culinary experiences to relaxing spa treatments, there’s something to make every mum feel cherished. Here’s a guide to crafting the perfect Mother’s Day in the Barossa Valley, highlighted by a spectacular lunch at Essen, by Artisans of Barossa.
Artisans of Barossa Exhibition: Long Grass, by Charlie Ryan

Artisans of Barossa Exhibition: Long Grass, by Charlie Ryan

Artisans of Barossa are pleased to present the Long Grass exhibition by Charlie Ryan. A series of intimate stories told through the artist’s own affection and connection to long grass.
The Evolution of Artisans of Barossa: A Story of Collaboration and Promoting Small-batch Winemaking

The Evolution of Artisans of Barossa: A Story of Collaboration and Promoting Small-batch Winemaking

Discover the fascinating origins of Artisans of Barossa, a collective journey of eight boutique wine producers uniting to celebrate and uplift the heritage of Barossa winemaking. From their initial collaboration to the creation of a state-of-the-art, inclusive venue, delve into how passion, innovation, and community shaped their success. Experience the essence of Barossa's rich wine and culinary culture with Artisans of Barossa.