Are you part of the unlucky group that aren’t jet setting off to Europe this Winter? (And if you are, then damn you and please relax on the Insta posts!)
Well, lucky for all of us that will still be stuck in Adelaide during the cold winter months, Seppeltsfield Winery in the Barossa is bringing us the next best thing!
The French artisan festival “Bonjour Barossa”, is back and will cure our jealousy (for a day at least) on Sunday 7th of July!
Experience a day filled with French culture as the Seppeltsfield Estate transforms into a lavish Parisian style market.
There’s no need to be roaming the streets of Paris, cause you’ll be getting the same experience here, and with the Estate being established in 1851, there’s no better location to give off those old architectural vibes of Parisian buildings!
The one-day only event celebrates South Australia’s finest French delicacies including macaroons, fromage, patisserie, baguettes, crepes, and of course delicious champers.
Local SA businesses such as Dough, Coffe + Crepe, Chocolique, Barossa Valley Cheese Company, Barossa Valley Ice-cream, Barossa Coffee Roasters and The Oyster Bar, will be providing these scrumptious delicacies.
You can also embrace your inner Van Gough, with the new event ‘Paint and Sip’ offered by Adelaide’s Studio Vino – painting whilst sipping on wine, hmm what could possibly go wrong??
A child friendly play zone, “Le Petit”, offering face painting, cupcake decorating and puppet shows, as well as various masterclasses will also be offered, catering to people of all ages.
A Sunday embracing all things French and stuffing your face with every cheese under the sun in the stunning Barossa Valley…sounds pretty damn good to me!
Entry tickets are just $20 for adults which includes an etched Barossa Valley wine glass (oooh la la), and just $10 for children between the ages of 2 and 17. Tickets can be purchased here.
Photo Credit: Bonjour Barossa Facebook event