The story of Barossa Food is an intriguing and unique one, rooted in traditions that were transplanted in the 1840′s to the Barossa by its German-speaking settlers from Silesia. The food of today’s Barossa echoes these traditions and has evolved to accommodate the lifestyle and environmental changes over the decades. It is passionately defended by the many great characters that define the Barossa, its food, wine and lifestyle.
At Appellation and The Louise we continue to work within this tradition, maintaining close relationships with the small farmers, growers and artisinal producers making the most of each bountiful season. Barossa culture is a vibrant blend of fresh ideas that pay homage to a food and wine tradition spanning seven generations. All year round, vines grow and landscapes shift, revealing the unique touches of each season.