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Le Petit Prince returns

With the return of goats milk into the Cheesery, the Barossa Valley cheesemakers have made the full line up. La Dame (our semi-matured goats cheese that will age in the maturation cellar for 9+ months before it is released). La Petite Princesse (our soft delicious goats milk camembert, that matures into a tangy, rustic classic soft goats cheese with hints of lemon and hay).  NEW! Le Petit Prince (our soft mellow goats washed rind cheese with a subtle crust and creamy heart).  NEW! Little Kid (a mini soft goats camembert).  The Prince and Little Kid are well loved lines that were retired for a few seasons of goats milk, but have now returned for good! Pop into our Cheesecellar and request a...

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Barossa Triple Cream wins GOLD!

Barossa Valley Cheese Company entered a number of products into the South Australian Dairy Awards. An annual celebration held at the Adelaide Showgrounds on 1st September during the Royal Adelaide Show. Very happy to receive a GOLD medal for our Barossa Triple Cream. 

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delicious. Produce Awards 2018 state winners announced

The full list of 2018 delicious. Produce Awards State Winners was revealed today with 120 producers receiving state awards across Dairy, Paddock, Sea and Earth categories. The full list of 2018 delicious. Produce Awards State Winners was revealed today with 120 producers receiving state awards across Dairy, Paddock, Sea and Earth categories. The delicious. Produce Awards in association in with Miele are a celebration of Australia's magnificent bounty of ethical, sustainable and innovative ingredients, and the passionate, talented people behind them, as nominated by the country's top chefs and restaurateurs. Now in their thirteenth year, the delicious. Produce Awards aim to spotlight new and native products, and consistently outstanding producers who are often the unsung heroes behind every great chef and every great meal. Today's release of the...

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Celebrating Cheese of Australia

This month we delved into our own backyard looking at cheeses produced around Australia. We should be proud of the unique range that we have on offer, which are definitely on par with the international selection we tasted last month. We started off with cheeses from Woombye Cheese Company in Queensland. Passionate cheesemakers since 2013 on the Sunshine Coast Hinterland. Collecting local milk and using traditional methods with care and experience. Woombye offers a very similar selection to what we have at Barossa Cheese, as they produce many great white moulds and washed rinds. We tried their Camembert and Blackall Gold washed rind. The bright orange colour of the Blackall looked fantastic and the ripe camembert was full of flavour, its...

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