Barossa Butcher, Baker, Winemaker Trail

Food and Wine Tours

The Barossa Butcher, Baker, Winemaker Trail is a self-drive meander of discovery through the Barossa’s famous food and wine producers. It’s our version of a luxurious Yellow Brick Road, that winds its way through the very best food and wine experiences our region has to offer.

Start your Trail by collecting a complimentary bottle of wine (to the value of AUD20.00) from one of our participating wineries. Then use your vouchers and follow the map to build a tasting picnic of freshly baked bread rolls, plump olives, traditionally smoked mettwurst, delicious local cheeses, zesty condiments, and dried fruits.

We’ve also included a list of our favorite picnic spots, so you can spread out your blanket over a hidden corner of the Barossa, sit back and enjoy the view.

Butcher, Baker, Winemaker Trail hampers can be purchased from the Barossa Visitor Information Centre, or online, by clicking through to our website.

Services

$89

The Butcher, Baker, Winemaker Trail is our luxurious version of a grown up’s Yellow Brick Road. Follow the Trail, collect your produce from farms, stores and cellar doors across the Barossa and assemble a gourmet picnic for two.

Start your Butcher, Baker, Winemaker Trail adventure by purchasing a VIP Voucher booklet and gourmet picnic hamper for only $89 at the Barossa Visitor Information Centre, or online.

Now, take a few moment to plan the first few steps of your culinary adventure through the Barossa and then you’re off! Adventuring is thirsty work so begin by paying a visit to one of our participating cellars doors and use a VIP voucher to collect your complementary bottle of wine to the value of $20. Then it’s off to meet the Bakers, Butchers and Farmers of the Barossa to assemble your gourmet picnic.

Your Butcher, Baker, Winemaker Trail map also includes a list of our favourite picnic spots in the Barossa so take the time to kick back and enjoy the fruits of your travels, a glass of wine (or two) and a beautiful view. A wonderful way to spend the day in the Barossa!

Disabled Access

Family Friendly

Nearby Things to Do

View All
large vat of grapes fermenting with winemakers hands in mixture & two men watching over the side.

Barossa Wine Tours

Angaston, Barossa

Group B to B

Michael Hall Wines Experiences

Tanunda, Barossa

JamFactory at Seppeltsfield Retail Store

JamFactory at Seppeltsfield

Seppeltsfield, Light

Welcome to Barossa Central

Barossa Central Shopping Centre

Nuriootpa, Barossa

A member of the tasting room team takes visitors through a wine flight

Alkina Tours & Visitor Experiences

Greenock, Light

Aboriginal Art in the gallery space

Corroboree Dream Art

Tanunda, Barossa

Contact Us