Food & Wine in the Barossa Valley

 

It’s no secret that we produce great food and wine here in South Australia and on SALife TV we’ll keep you up to date with the latest innovations and venues to tempt your tastebuds and your palette.
Rosa Matto shares her clever cooking tips and much-loved recipes. Be inspired to whip up Rosa’s tasty dishes, they’re guaranteed to be fresh, quick and easy to prepare!

Callum Hann a well-known South Australian foodie travels our state to report on passionate and exciting food producers.

 Featured Videos

 

 Cafes

 

Sweet Barossa Temptations!

Kelly Golding discovers some sweet new places to check out in the Barossa Valley.

 Cellar Doors

 

St Hugo - Barossa Valley

Briony Hume checks out a new wine-tasting benchmark in the Barossa Valley - St. Hugo.

Fino at Seppeltsfield

Briony Hume heads to Seppeltsfield in the Barossa Valley, which has undergone an incredible transformation.

Tscharkes Place Winery

Pete Michell visits Tscharke’s Place in Marananga a European-style cellar door which evokes the German Heritage of the Barossa Valley.

Barossa Beer

Callum Hann visits Seppeltsfield Winery and Barossa Valley Brewing to try their brews. Callum also puts The Barossa Valley Brewing’s Pizza Oven to good use when he incorporates their very popular Bee Sting Beer into a quick and easy focaccia.

 Chefs

 

Grill the Chef! Mark McNamara at Appellation

We ‘Grill the Chef’ at Appellation! Award winning Chef Mark McNamara shares his insights on life in the kitchen.

 Cooking

 

Casa Carboni Enoteca and Cooking School

Briony Hume takes a lesson in pasta making at Casacarboni, a new enoteca and cooking school in Angaston, where Italian dishes are lovingly created with exceptional Barossa produce.

 Fine Foods

 

Christmas Pudding Scottish Style

Jane Maul of Abbotsford Country House invites Callum to join a mixing session and learn some tips on how to make a traditional Christmas Pudding.

 Markets

 

The Barossa Farmers Market

A Barossa Valley institution is about to rack up a decade of being a foodie favourite - the Barossa Farmers Market has been enticing visitors and locals out of their beds early of a morning for 10 years now and it’s going stronger than ever.

 Wineries

 

'Moments in History' tastings at Seppeltsfield

Briony Hume signs up for a “Moments in History” tasting at Seppeltsfield, a flight of five carefully selected fortified vintages starting with 1977, the year that Elvis died and culminating in 1912, the year the Titanic sank.

Epicurean Way: The Beautiful Barossa

Callum Hann returns home to the Barossa as he explores South Australia’s Epicurean Way- a tempting trail of fabulous food and wine adventures.

Grant Burge Winery Gardens

Michael Keelan takes a wander through the vineyards at Grant Burge Winery.

Jacobs Creek Winery

Michael Keelan visits the iconic Jacobs Creek Visitor Centre and discovers a few surprises. Fresh produce for the centre’s restaurant is sourced from an impressive and very inspiring garden just across the creek. Michael also delves into the his