Temptation is everywhere at the Barossa Valley Chocolate Company, now open for all to experience.
Nestled in the picturesque vineyards at 64 Burings Road on the outskirts of Tanunda, this latest addition to theregion’s tourism offering is already impressing locals and visitors alike.
A place where luxury, decadence and rich indulgence meets colour, fun and frivolity – it will fast become the“go to” destination for all ages.
Boasting an artisan chocolatier’s kitchen, retail area, specialty cafe and cellar door overlooking the vines, anamphitheatre and vast expanse of water, it represents more than $5 million in investment and spans an area of1,300 m².
BVCC is the brainchild FABAL founder and Group Chief Executive Officer, Chris Day and his wife, Sandy and is ajoint venture between FABAL, Barossa and South Australian families.
The duo are excited to bring a new and unique venue to the region.
“There are so many things to see and do, you won’t get bored here!” enthuses Sandy.
“There’s fun for all, we want people to come back over and over and over again.”
Chris said until now, the Barossa Valley had been short of significant “non-wine” destinations suitable for the whole family.
“We hope this will provide something unique for the whole family and give people another reason to visit theregion,” Chris explains.
“We want to cater for all demographics, showcase the best of the best in local food and wine, and ourselection of gourmet chocolates will give us a great point of difference for families and those with a sweet toothwho are looking to indulge.
“It’s part of our vision to provide an agri-tourism experience to three generations of one family all at the sametime in Australia’s premier wine region.”
Whilst the Barossa Valley Chocolate Company is a tourist destination for national and international tourists, both Sandy and Chris want locals to join them on their chocolate driven journey.
“We don’t want this to be thought of as just a shop – you are part of the family!” says Chris.
“In this case the Barossa Valley Chocolate Company family.”