David Grimes put together a 3 volume set called "Treasures of the Baroque", which has a variety of music from both baroque guitar and lute sources. I believe Mel Bay is the publisher. Most is fairly "accessible", but some of it is more challenging. Try the suites by Ernst Gottleib Baron or David Kellner.
The Royal Conservatory of Music series called "Bridges" is pretty good too, and is organized by grades of difficulty. Also has music from other periods; not just Baroque.
2015 John H. Dick
1994 Larry Breslin ("Deerhead")
1952 Vincente Tatay
The European Guitar Teachers Association (EGTA) published a volume entitled The Baroque Book: Intermediate Guitar Solos from the 17th and 18th Centuries. It's worth tracking down a copy as it has some nice pieces. More recently (2013) there's a Schott anthology Baroque Guitar Anthology in four volumes (graded pieces in progressive order) that looks pretty good. Each book comes with a CD of Jens Franke playing the pieces (in a style designed for illustration rather than performance I would say).
Eric from GuitarLoot
Renaissance and Baroque freak; classical guitars by Lester Backshall (2008), Ramirez (Guitarra del Tiempo 2017),
Yamaha (SLG 130NW silent classical guitar 2014).
And the various exam boards e.g. ABRSM, Trinity etc publish their syllabus which gives roughly equivalent pieces, so mining those for ideas would help. I don't know about the Canadian or Australian versions but in ABRSM terms the bourrée is about grade 6.
Simon Ambridge Series 40 (2005)
Trevor Semple Series 88 (1992)
Louis Panormo (1838)
Alexander Batov Baroque Guitar (2013)