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Discover the joy in simplicity with this recipe highlighting the fresh flavours of lemon and Barramundi. Easy to prepare, it’s perfect whether you’re cooking for two or a crowd of twelve. We’ve paired this zesty dish with the vibrant Fierce III Pinot Grigio. Give it a try at your next family gathering for a combination […]

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Discover the best places to treat yourself A short stroll down any of the main streets in the Barossa and you will soon be drawn into one of the many beautiful boutique stores that line the footpaths. Barossa shopping offers, homewares to fashion and things for kids. The main streets have so much for you to spend the day exploring. If you are on the road between the cellar doors, you can pop into one of the studio doors that local artisans of the Barossa are famous for. See the artisans in action and browse their range of divine handmade wares. Down the Main Street: Tanunda Tanunda is often the first stop

The great outdoors of the Barossa From the rolling hills of the Mount Lofty Ranges to the open space of the Valley floor, there’s so much to explore in the Barossa. Call us biased, but we think we live in one of the most beautiful natural environments in South Australia. No matter how much time you have, there are options to suit any fitness level. Enjoy relaxing Barossa walks through the towns and surrounding landscape. And while much of the Barossa is best enjoyed on foot, exploring by bike is very popular and for the more adventurous the sky is the limit, quite literally. On Foot The Barossa is well suited

Barossa, More than just wine When you hear Barossa Valley, you probably think excellent wines. And you’d be right. Here at Lou Miranda Estate, we’re proud to be part of a world class wine region. But even wine makers like to drink other things, and here in the Barossa, there’s so much more on offer to drink than just wine. Barossa Gin from the local distillers, Beer from the Micro-breweries and coffee from the local roasters are now very much in the spotlight of what the Barossa Valley has on offer. But first Coffee Every good day starts with a Prosecco. Oops, I mean coffee! You can easily find great coffee all across the

Barossa Luxe style The Barossa Valley is home to plentiful boutique accommodation. From a luxe suite in a hotel, to the whole house in one of the many BnBs, luxury and style is waiting to welcome you for a special event or a weekend getaway. Beautiful accommodation and stunning outlooks form perfect Barossa wedding venues and make the region a popular wedding among the vines destination. Luxury hideaways If luxury is on your agenda for your next getaway, the Barossa has you covered with some of Australia’s top indulgence accommodation destinations. The Louise tucked in amongst the vines, ensures total privacy in each of its fifteen suites. With the award-winning Appellation Restaurant providing

Enjoy a day in the grove at award-winning Rio Vista Olives - a haven found north of Adelaide near the Murray River - and indulge over lunch from three renowned chefs. Start your Saturday with a sommelier-led tasting and grove tour, going behind the scenes to see how extra virgin olive oil is created. Then prepare to sit back and relax in the grove with a feast created by chefs Mark Best, Jason Roberts and Paul Farag. The trio will use luscious produce from across the Murray River, Lakes and Coorong, with wine parings from Fierce III - the newest label from the Barossa's Lou Miranda Estate. Best is synonymous

Settle in for a feast prepared in true Barossa style. Your destination: Lou's Place at Rowland Flat, the lauded restaurant on site at boutique winery Lou Miranda Estate. Fire and Feast invites you to savour the Barossa's impressive produce in what will be a Mediterranean feast for the senses. Watch Lou's Place chefs preparing the feast over fire while you sip and swirl on a glass of red produced only metres away. Stations will showcase the day's food offerings - think slow-roasted porchetta, chargrilled octopus, fire-pit vegetables and lamb on the spit. Settle in for a delicious and unique culinary experience. Each ticket includes live music and five interactive food stations

5 Gift ideas for Christmas Christmas is my favourite time of year, I love to dress the tree and decorate the front of the house. I wanted to share a few of the luxury gifts I have been eyeing off this year. 1. For the Creative Billie Justice Big Fun Fridge Magnets - $36.00 From the very talented Adelaide Illustrator, Billie Justice comes my favourite set of magnets. They are big, there is a slice of pizza. Its the most fun you have had on the fridge door since learning the alphabet. billiejusticethomson.com [caption id="attachment_15745" align="alignnone" width="300"] Big Fun Fridge Magnets[/caption]   2. For the Beauty Aficionado Vitis V Face Toniq - $140.00 Grapes for your face. This