After nearly a decade of trading as Miss Maggies flowers, we have come to realize that there is quite a large market in gourmet gift basket deliveries. We have now ventured into separating the Barossa Baskets from Miss Maggies flowers, as we now feel this growing business needs to have its own identity.
Our gourmet hampers, baskets and parcels have delighted many customers over the years and we are very proud to provide people with premium baskets, full of high quality local produce.
Our Barossa Baskets are a really great way of saying you care. Whether it’s for a friend or for corporate occasions we can cater for individual orders or by the hundred. Each basket is packaged with quality ribbons and wrapping and designed to be enjoyed.
We live in a historic and cultural food region and our products represent that. From Zimmy's pickles to Barossa Valley Cheeses we are so lucky to have such fine quality produce right on our doorstep. We just wanted to share it with everyone!
If you want to send or share a piece of the Barossa Valley with your friends or loved ones, then we have it covered with our vast range of baskets and hampers.
If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact us
Enjoy the Barossa in a Basket,
Daniel and Maggie
The Barossa’s Tradition of winemaking, architecture, music and food are still well and truly alive in our region. The Barossa is famous for its wine, which brings thousands of tourists to our Beautiful Valley each year. But it’s our love of traditional Barossa food that accompanies the wine that we have tried to capture in our Barossa Baskets.
The Barossa has a vast history of preserving our seasonal fruits and vegetables, smoking our meats and baking the best bread around!
We have to thank the first settlers in the valley, for their hard work and self-sufficient methods. This has enabled us to learn and continue the traditions of preserving pickles, smoking meat and the tasty homemade chutneys and slices that we see today.
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