Barossa Valley Cheese Company

“We will always be an artisan producer, sourcing milk from local dairies and creating cheese imbued with the character of the locale and passion of the maker." Victoria McClurg, Director. With tastings daily, visitors can sample a number of products from the range. Also own Winecellar Cabernet Sauvignon & Chardonnay.

  • Address:
    67b Murray Street
    Angaston, 5353
  • Phone:
  • Type:
    Wine, Food/Beverages
  • Produce:
    Dairy, Cheese & Eggs
  • Features:
    Have visit/buy premises
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The range has now expaneded to 25 different styles of cheese and the awards have been prolific. But Victoria insists that BVCC will not stray from its artisan ethos and become an industrialised factory.

The Barossa Valley Cheese Company's range now includes cow and goat milk cheeses, with Victoria and her small team always seeking innovative ideas and refining traditional methods in cheesemaking. Their washed rind cheese has become a speciality, receiving a number of top awards in artisan cheese competitions.

Our cheese now has met its perfect match! Acknowledging that we can't live on cheese alone, Victoria has again ventured into winemaking, creating three wines to gracefully complement the Barossa Valley Cheese range. 

Opening Hours

Open: Monday-Friday 10am -5pm, Saturday 10am-4pm, Sunday 11am-3pm

Trails passing through Barossa Valley Cheese Company Stops

Bethany to Angaston Trail

Bethany to Angaston more of the Barossa. This trail brings to you our little community from Bethany (near Tanunda) to the hills of Angaston – where we go to for that amazing shiraz, cheeky little riesling, fresh & fabulous produce straight from the farm, Friday knock-off beer – where we take our own visitors when they come to town & where we send them to rest their weary heads at night when there’s no more room at home. There will always be something new here – news, events, photos, the general goings-on of the places you can find along the trail – in our own voices. Join us & be consumed by our community – the true character of the Barossa: