Barossa Valley – South Australia.
For the wine connoisseur, a trip to the Barossa Valley in South Australia, should be on the itinerary of every serious wine lover.
German speaking Lutherans first grew grapes in this region in the early 1850’s, while settling in the valley.
Today it is recognised for the quality and taste of it’s vintage wines, and food specialties, with a unique mix of Australian and European influences.
The drive from Adelaide takes less than an hour, an incredible views of awesome postcard scenery awaits your arrival, along with more than 60 cellar doors, offering enthusiastic tasting sessions.
Complimenting the great wines in the region is a delicious food industry, and it is recommended that you take the “Butcher, Baker & Winemaker" trail through the hill country of the beautiful Eden Valley. Old fashioned foods done in old fashioned European ways. Many award winning chefs are working this region, so you are always guaranteed tastes you find no-where else in the world.
There is so much to enjoy about the Barossa Valley, that you will come away from this relaxing region, with many local souvenirs and wonderful memories.
There is a quality range of accommodation in the Barossa Valley – from 5 star luxury, bed & breakfast, even camp out under the stars.
So what are you waiting for – there’s just too much to say about this great destination, come see for yourself.
Wine Festival – Barossa Valley Vintage Wine Festival . April (odd numbered years)
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