Short of a magic packet of chocolate biscuits however, my aspirations to be heavily involved with milk dairy products ends. I couldn’t imagine myself being a chocolatier, at least without consistently eating my profits due to my love of chocolate - a love which has now given me another reason to visit the Barossa as soon as humanly possible.
Developed by Chris and Sandy Day, both of whom have a history of grape growing in the region, the new building houses a chocolatery, a cellar door, a cafe and retail area, and boasts a feeling of fun, frivolity and decadence while nestling peacefully amongst the grape vines on the outskirts of Tanunda.
As part of the projects vision to provide future generations a sustainable, vibrant and robust tourism industry, the decision was made to include a renewable energy generating system. Yates Electrical Services were proud to have been able to provide a 100kW solar installation on the roof of the structure.
“We’ve found great value in providing business in the Riverland with renewable energy solutions,” said Mark Yates, director of Yates Electrical Services.
So next time you find yourself in the Barossa region, make sure to stop in the Barossa Valley Chocolate Company, and the team at Yates Electrical Services extend our congratulations to this fantastic business on delivering a world class venue.
About the Author
Patrick is the Marketing and Communications Manager at Yates Electrical Services. When he's not designing stuff and writing stories, he performs as an acoustic soloist and spends time with his beautiful little family.
Patrick also likes long walks on the beach, sewing, and photoshopping himself to look like an Avenger. He really wishes he was an Avenger.