A Historical Walk of Bethany
Bethany was the first village established in the Barossa, settled in 1842 by 28 families who emigrated from Prussia (now Poland). It continues to be a close-knot community centred around its church, grapegrowing and winemaking. There are 22 locations of interest along a 5km return walk. Click here for more information.
Barossa Butcher, Baker, Winemaker Trail
The Barossa Butcher, Baker, Winemaker Trail takes you through a food and wine lover's paradise. The Barossa is blessed with fertile soils and a Mediterranean climate, with warm dry summers, and mild, wet winters.
In spring the vines are bursting with bright green buds. In summer, there is an abundance of produce. The air is heavy in autumn with the smell of fermenting wine as vintage begins. To complete the seasonal calendar, harvest continues in winter with citruses growing heavy in limbs of old trees in country orchards.
The food and wine experiences you will have in the Barossa are as diverse as its seasons.
Purchase your Barossa Butcher, Baker, Winemaker Trail hamper at the Barossa Visitor Information Centre in Tanunda. The hamper is bursting with samples of local produce and a book of vouchers redeemable at producers along the trail. You can then travel the region redeeming your offers while enjoying plenty of other special VIP experiences just for you.
Barossa Cheese and Wine Trail
This trail begins with the collection of a cheese hamper from the Barossa Valley Cheese Company in Angaston. You can then roam the beautiful Barossa, discovering a new taste experience at each winery.
Follow a trail... or go your own way!
Your pack will include: a BVCC cooler bag, a cheese knife, a small barrel cheese board, the map of cheese and wine matches, BVCC 125g Barossa Camembert, BVCC 125g Barossa Washrind, BVCC 200g Vache Curd, 125g piece of Alexandrina Cheddar and a roll of BVCC crisp bread. All this for $50.00. Bethany Wines fit into the Barossa Foothills region.
Bethany to Angaston Trail
Discover more of the Barossa and follow the Bethany to Angaston Trail
This trail brings to you our little community from Bethany to the hills of Angaston - where we go to for that amazing shiraz, cheeky little riesling, fresh & fabulous produce straight from the farm - where we take our own visitors when they come to town. Collect your copy at cellar door now.