The Barossa Valley has a legendary reputation for its wine, and in particular for its generous, intensely flavored Shiraz. But there is so much more. This not only includes other grape varieties, but also a host of artisan specialities such as cheese, bread, cured meats, pickles and jams that have been proudly preserved from their European heritage.
A growing band of small and artisan winemakers mix easily with the larger producers, the common goal of the strong community being the pursuit of excellence.
Located in South Australia, approximately 70 kilometers northeast of Adelaide, the Barossa Valley enjoys a vital culture of generational winemaking, pioneering European influence, gastronomic excellence and strong community spirit. It is a dynamic place, full of confidence about its future, its history and culture proudly displayed wherever you look.