This July, 45+ Barossa winemakers plus artisan gin, live music, delicious food and the ‘only in
Barossa’ kegel bahn will hit the road to Sydney and Melbourne for the third year of Barossa Be
Consumed.

Barossa Be Consumed is presented by the Barossa Grape and Wine Association (BGWA) with
support from Revel, the team behind the wildly successful Game of Rhones and Pinot Palooza. The
event is much more than a wine tasting according to BGWA’s Emily Hay:

“Filling a room with great wine and food is easy. The magic happens when that room is
filled with a dynamic community working together; people who genuinely like each other
and have a generous compulsion to share the good things. You know this, as they are the
ones who will open the ‘good’ wines, or bring you hand-made preserves, just
because. Just because you seem interested, and just because they love to share. They
are all proud ambassadors for their region and its produce. Taking that life and our
community on the road, that’s what sets Barossa Be Consumed apart.”

Barossa Be Consumed brings some familiar names like Henschke, Yalumba and Torbreck, but also
many relative newcomers like Barossa Boy, Brothers at War and Yelland & Papps. Bernadette
Kaeding and her husband Sam Kurtz are the proprietor/ winemaking team behind cult Barossa label
Rojomoma, and they’ll be at Be Consumed in Melbourne and Sydney this year.

“Barossa Be Consumed is the event to go to if you love wine. With so many Barossa
wineries in one room, representing a huge range of wine styles and varieties, it is a
fantastic way to enjoy Barossa wine and find something new. Chat with the winemakers
and folk behind the brands and you’ll get a true taste of life in Barossa. For something
special, you can go to one of the Meet the Maker sessions and delve even deeper into the
world of Barossa wine.”

New to Barossa Be Consumed this year are the Meet the Maker sessions. These 45-minute
sessions, limited to 15 participants, are the perfect opportunity to uncover the deeper story of the
region through its wines, as told by the people who know it best. Emily Hay remarks;

“Think masterclass and private tasting, with more camaraderie and less pretence… an
invitation into the inner circle.”

A $65 ticket includes entry where you will enjoy music by Barossa musician Sam Brittain, a takehome
wine glass (RRP $25) and 220+ wines to taste poured by the winemakers themselves. All
wines are available to taste at the event and are also available to purchase via a dedicated online
wine store for enjoyment at home.

Get your tickets now!