Barossa Valley Chocolate Company are delighted to open their doors for a very special Valentine’s Day dinner on Friday 14 February.
Usually only open for lunch, Benni’s Café will be open for an exclusive $65pp three course dinner designed to be shared. Guests will enjoy a glass of Vineyard Road Sparkling Brut, straight from Barossa Valley Chocolate Company’s cellar door, on arrival, and will enjoy their meal to the sweet sounds of live music.
Earn extra brownie points from your sweetheart by ordering an indulgent flower and chocolate package featuring an assortment of luxury Barossa Valley Chocolate Company chocolates and flowers by Fleur Social.
If it’s an evening you want to spend with all the people you love, book more than six people to a table and receive a free bottle of Vineyard Road wine!
To extend the romance, for the month of February, Barossa Valley Chocolate Company will also have a special Valentine’s Day Chocolate and Wine Pairing Experience for $15pp, featuring a glass of Brut, Sparkling Rose, and Sparkling Shiraz from their Vineyard Road Sparkling series, matched to White Chocolate and Passionfruit, the infamous Ruby Chocolate, and a Handmade Raspberry Praline.
In addition, for the month of February, if you check in to Barossa Valley Chocolate Company on Facebook and post a picture of you and your Valentine celebrating, you will get a free glass of Vineyard Road sparkling with any purchase!
Barossa Valley Chocolate Company General Manager Amanda Scheiner is looking forward to celebrating love this Valentine’s Day.
“We are so excited to be opening Benni’s Café up for dinner on the Day of Love! Chocolate, sparkling wine, and a delicious menu make up the perfect night and we hope couple and groups will enjoy basking in the romantic atmosphere.”
Love heart chocolates, including the gorgeous ruby chocolate in the shape of a heart, red lips, and shoes can all be purchased for your loved ones too, if you would like to surprise them with something special this Valentine’s Day.
“Surrounded by our gorgeous vineyards, and overlooking our water feature from the deck, there is something so special about spending a night that is specifically focused on love. To think that Barossa Valley Chocolate Company can be a part of that is just magical,” concluded Amanda.
Located in the heart of the Barossa Valley just outside of Tanunda, the Barossa’s newest tourist attraction is surrounded by beautiful vineyards that produce wines for Vineyard Road, which is available at the cellar door.
Bookings for Valentine’s Day dinner is essential, email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 1300 424 626 (1300 4 CHOCOLATE). For further information on please visit the Barossa Valley Chocolate Company’s Facebook, Instagram or website.