Situated at the Vintners site on the way to Angaston, and now open from 7.30am to 11.30am every Saturday, is one of the Barossa’s showpieces, the local Farmer’s Market.
Fresh produce, local cheeses, chocolates and fruits, sauces, jams, smallgoods, poultry, handicrafts….it all there. And a superb bacon and egg roll breakfast with a hot coffee makes your visit a treat!
Why not include the Barossa Farmer’s Market in your itinerary when on a wine tour? Adelaide Minibus would be delighted to help you fit it in. Or perhaps include it in your plans for the Barossa’s Gourmet weekend. Your group will love your for it and talk about it for months.
See the SA Life video clip http://www.salife7.com.au/barossa-valley/food-and-wine/markets/the-barossa-farmers-market
Make sure you book your minibus, midibus or coach early…… for the Barossa Gourmet Weekend.
Click http://www.barossagourmetweekend.com.au/ to go directly to the BGW website pages and check out the program.
Perhaps you might visit the Barossa Farmers Market as part of your day in the region. See http://www.barossafarmersmarket.com/home/
Alice and her 23 netball/uni friends decided to book a minibus and driver for the Barossa Gourmet Festival. Vin’s/Adelaide Minibus was her choice of provider after a web search and having gained some quotes, then speaking with their helpful staff .
The group wanted a leisurely day, not so much a tour, so selected Seppeltsfield and Chateau Tanunda for wine tastings. Then they would enjoy Whistlers Wines for lunch and party with a band, playing in the marquee. They had been to Whistlers the year before, so knew it is a well run outfit. The food was fabulous too, with gourmet lamb burgers, spatchcock and the range of sweets included a traditional beinstick.
Seppeltsfield was absolutely lovely said Alice, her favourite wine being the sweeter style riesling.
“Andy, our driver for the day, was great, obviously very experienced and helpful. We would certainly recommend Vins/Adelaide Minibus….Five Ts….trustworthy and timely….tremendously terrific transportation!”
We can help you plan your itinerary for a few stopovers for your day in the Barossa, or you can charter a vehicle and driver.
Whatever you do – dont drink and drive!
Its on again. The annual Barossa Gourmet Weekend is a hoot!. August 18th and 19th. Book early for a minibus or coach and driver for your group. We have the full range….. 13 seaters, 21-24 seaters, a 28 seater and 46-50 seat coaches. Dont drink and drive, make it a safe and memorable visit to the Barossa
For updates re winery and cullinary participants see the barossa website http://www.barossa.com/events/default.aspx