Shhhh. Can you keep a secret? You can? Great, because if you’re coming along to Barossa. Be Consumed Sydney 2019 you’ll be the first to taste the secret (and first white wine) release from Barossa Boy Wines.

The official wine release date is July 27, but winemaker Trent is bringing the top secret project along for you to get a sneak peek/taste, so make sure you stop by and say hi to Barossa Boy. Trent gives us a few Barossa tips below:

Tell us something about you (or your wine) that we don’t know

In 2007 / 2008 I spent time in England playing cricket and then backed it up with working as a cellar hand during vintage in the Barossa. This story became the base for our label Double Trouble and features a double decker bus.

Give us one word that sums up Barossa.

Wise. If Barossa were a person, he or she would be young at heart but a wise old soul.

You’re going to a friend’s place for dinner, what drinks do you take?

Seppeltsfield Road House Gin for pre-drinner, a bottle of red – usually Shiraz or Cabernet for during dinner and then Captain Morgans for after-dinner.

You have been given a cloak of invisibility. Whose wine do you go and grab a bottle of at Barossa Be Consumed?

Sons of Eden, love their wines.

What’s your perfect night in (or your perfect night out)?

Perfect night in is a roast dinner, bottle of red and a movie.

What’s your food or wine guilty pleasure?

Apex Bakery sprinkle donuts.

Your Fave Road Trip Songs?

Anything Bad Dreems or Foo Fighters, Top 50

What grape variety or wine style most interests you at the moment?

Straight Mataro. The block where I get the fruit from for Young Wisdom has unique characteristics, we only make the wine if the fruit is good enough and some years it has a mind of its own.

You can ask any 3 people (alive or not) to a Barossa dinner party, who gets an invite?

Bruce Thiele (Deceased) he is my Godfather and a Barossa legend. I’d love to hear his stories and ask him questions now that I’m in the wine business. Cricket legend Shane Warne. Golf legend Tiger Woods.

What food is on the table?

Catering by Teagan from Vintage Chef Co.

Name your one Barossa ‘must do’

The Table Cafe Lyndoch bacon and egg roll, coffee and the best melting moments in the Barossa.

Your most memorable wine? Or the wine that got you interested in the wine caper?

All the shiraz that was made at Illaparra Winery whilst I was a cellarhand. Pretty special, premium wine.

You know you ’re in Barossa when you …. See | hear | smell ?

Drive up over the hill on Gomersal Road and see the Barossa Ranges coming into Tanunda. Also seeing the patchwork of contrasting colours- in summer the brown hills and green vineyards, in winter the green hills and brown vineyards.


Barossa Boy Wines are joining us for Barossa. Be Consumed in Sydney on July 13.

Click here for Tix & more info.