Yalumba Winery share their story to the crowds

The expansive 'Clocktower' lawn area at Yalumba in Angaston, was overrun with picnic blankets, laden with Barossa food and wine as thousands enjoyed the Vintage Picnic atmosphere.

The children's corner proved popular with a long line-up to the face painter, plus the variety of lawn games including dinosaur frame building and large ball pit kept young ones busy.

Those Barossa Girls were on site hosting fruit preserving workshops, which kept Marieka Ashmore on her feet and enjoying the response.

Angaston women Rachael Doecke, with her good friend Emily Russ, held a pop up stall showcasing her sweet treats 'Ability Chocolates' which was established in September 2018.

Several food stalls also provided the hungry crowds with plenty of flavours to savour, including traditional egg noodles features in dishes.

Live music further entertained visitors, with one gentleman, Neil Armstrong landing in the Barossa having travelled from Stirling in Scotland to enjoy the event run as part of the Barossa Vintage Festival.

The Yalumba hospitality was shared throughout the afternoon's event with glasses on wine served by wine room manager Sally Johnson, who was pleased with the turn out.