Barossa Valley Cheese Company awarded bronze in Perth

Barossa Valley Cheese Company founder and managing director Victoria McClurg and Emily Kroschel with the award on Friday night.
Barossa Valley Cheese Company founder and managing director Victoria McClurg and Emily Kroschel with the award on Friday night.

Barossa Valley Cheese Company, Angaston, managed to rise among a strong contingent of finalists in the 2017 Qantas Australian Tourism Awards by securing a bronze on Friday in Perth.

The team produces a range of soft, fresh and semi-hard artisan cheese with Barossa cows milk and goat milk sourced from Mypolonga.

The Barossa Cheesecellar is cheese centric with the focus on teaching visitors all about flavour, texture and cheesemaking. 

Founder and managing director Victoria McClurg also prides her business on promoting the region.

“We are all about keeping cultures alive by bringing heroes to the table,” she said. 

“We simply love showcasing our regional produce and our custodians of the land. We are thrilled to be here proudly representing our farmers from the Barossa.”