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Barossa Cheeses and Wine Tasting 2021

18 June 2021 @ 19:00 - 20:30 ACST

$37.00 – $62.50
cheese friday Barossa Valley Chaffey Bross

Event description:

Discover more about Barossa Valley supporting local businesses in an innovative and entertaining experience brought to you by AgriAdventures, Smelly Cheese Shop; Chaffey Bross Wines and Barossa Cheese. Travel with us on a virtual journey in time and space to discover more about these cheeses and wines with a virtual tasting experience delivered directly at your home place.


Join us in the AgriAdventures Virtual room with our Sommelier Simone Berliat and guests diving through this tasting experience, letting you discover new flavors, curiosities and more.


4 cheese produced by Barossa Cheese carefully delivered at your place:

Mild white skin – Wash rind – Triple cream – Semi-hard goat milk.

(Selection is subject to product availability and cheese style from the supplier)

Everything will be accompanied by cheese crackers.

  • Box small: Up to two people
  • Box medium: Up to four people


Two bottles of wine will be delivered to your place.


It’s co-fermented, at first playing it’s Riesling card with lime florals and aromatics, though the more exotic Gewurztraminer.




It’s not hard to see the appeal. It’s only light to medium-bodied but the sweetness of aniseed, the rush of raspberry, and the ripple of earthen spice notes of hands to the wine’s drinkability.

LA RÉSISTANCE! GSM (Grenache + Syrah + Mourvèdre)


*Deliveries are subject to limited Adelaide areas and suburbs, check the map for more details


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About the winery: Chaffey Bros Wine co.

Chaffey Bros Wine Co.
Chaffey Bros Wine Co.

Chaffey Bros was co-founded by Daniel Chaffey Hartwig, whose great-uncle Bill Chaffey founded Seaview Wines in McLaren Vale, and who was himself a descendant of the Chaffey brothers who came to Australia to create the Riverina and Riverland agricultural regions by designing and implementing the original irrigation schemes.

Daniel, born and raised in the Barossa Valley, picked grapes during school holidays, and later worked at Penfolds’ cellar door.

About the Cheese Company: The Barossa valley cheese co.

barossa Cheese Logo
Barossa Valley Logo

The Barossa Valley Cheese Company is the success of the hard-working Victoria McClurg, who is also a qualified winemaker. After a stint making wine in Bordeaux, France, Victoria found a passion for cheese, the joy in sharing cheese with friends, and pairing cheese with wine.

When she returned from France to the Barossa Valley, she began making cheese at home in the kitchen with her mum, Frances McClurg.

In March 2003, Victoria and Frances opened The Cheesecellar in the main street of Angaston, in South Australia’s premium food and wine destination, the Barossa Valley, just an hour from Adelaide.

Victoria is also an active and highly regarded part of the food industry and Barossa community, serving on the board of Food SA and also joining the Barons of Barossa in 2018.

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18 June 2021
19:00 - 20:30 ACST
$37.00 – $62.50
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Simone Berliat
Valerie Henbest


Smelly cheeses
Shop 44, Adelaide Central Market, Gouger St,
Adelaide, South Australia 5000
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1 thought on “Barossa Cheeses and Wine Tasting 2021

  1. This is a great option for those who want to enjoy such an experience but still be able to wear your ugg boots.

    We got everything ready, settled in on the sofa in front of the fire and enjoyed following along using the recorded version of the tasting.

    The cheeses were lovely and well-matched to the wines. It’s a great opportunity to try new local products and to learn about the people who make them.

    We highly recommend this experience. It’s yummy and a lot of fun. What more could you want!

    Thanks Simone.

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