The BAROSSA TRUST MARK
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BAROSSA TRUST MARK
This is your guide to the very best of Authentic Barossa during this year’s Barossa Vintage Festival. The idea is simple - almost twenty of our Barossa Trust Mark holders have come together to offer a Trail of discovery through the Barossa. Pick and choose your Trail events from those featured here, locate them on the enclosed map and you’re off on your Barossa Trust Mark adventure! Be sure to check if you need to book your experience in advance – some Trail events are offered only once, while others are available throughout the Barossa Vintage Festival. Choose from masterclasses, hands-on experiences, behind the scenes tours, exclusive tastings of iconic Barossa wines – and more.
THE BAROSSA TRUST MARK Barossa Trust Mark is a sign of Authentic Barossa and your gateway to discovering what makes this region so very special. Held by food, wine and tourism operators across the world-famous Barossa region, each Barossa Trust Marked product or experience is assessed against unapologetically rigorous criteria, meaning that you can assured that a Barossa Trust Mark holder has met the highest standards of Origin, Integrity, Quality, Environment and Community. As you travel through our region, seek out the Barossa Trust Mark to uncover the stories, characters and experiences that make the Barossa such an irresistible destination for lovers of food, wine and cultural experiences. We look forward to sharing our Barossa with you. Tod discover more about the Barossa Trust Mark, and explore all our Barossa Trust Mark holders, we invite you to visit our website: barossa. com/barossa-trust-mark.
1. Apex Bakery: Behind the Scenes Tour
Location: 1 Elizabeth Street, Tanunda Dates: Wednesday 19 – Friday 21 April, between 8.30 and 2pm. Cost: Free Apex Bakery is honoured to be a part of the Barossa Trust Mark Trail during this year’s Barossa Vintage Festival. Visit us and mention the Trust Mark Trail to receive a traditional Silecian style pretzel and a mini tour through our bakery. This will include viewing of our 92 year old wood fired oven which we still use to this day.
2. Bethany Wines: Sunset Saunter
Location: 378 Bethany Road, Bethany Date: Friday 21 April, 4.30 – 10pm Cost: $85 per head including tour, sunset dining & music Tickets: barossavintagefestival.com.au Join the Schrapel family for an evening immersed in the unique and picturesque site of Bethany. Start your journey in the vineyard for a lively conversation, a touch of nostalgia and a taste of the wines picked from these historic vineyards. Finish your saunter with an exclusive tasting of museum release 1992, 2002 and 2012 Bethany Shiraz. Settle in for the evening at the picturesque Cellar Door, get your groove on and enjoy a glass of Bethany wine matched with a delicious menu of regional produce.
3. Chateau Tanunda: Experience 100 Year Old Vines
Location: 9 Basedow Road, Tanunda Dates: Friday 21 & Saturday 22 April, 10am to 5pm Cost: Free Visit the Chateau Tanunda Cellar Door and experience the 2014 vintage of our 100 Year Old Vines Shiraz, awarded the Barossa Trust Mark in 2015, as well as wines from our coveted 50 Year Old Vines series. Visit our historic Chateau, take in the beautiful grounds including cricket pitch, Barossa Ranges terrace and Croquet lawn. Learn about our 125 years of Barossa winemaking history with a tasting or tour at cellar door.
4. The Dairyman Barossa: Farm Tour
Location: 346 Tweedies Gully Road, Lyndoch Date: Wednesday 19 – Friday 21 April, 2.30pm (2 hours) Cost: $55 per person includes tasting plate, glass of wine and tour Bookings: Essential via www.thedairyman.com.au Share the story and flavours of a child’s dream to be a farmer. Michael has revived mixed farming where farming was about growing food and producing meat, milk and fibre, all on one property. At 23 Michael had