All You Need to Know About the Barossa Valley
Settled by Europen Immigrants in 1842, it still has its old world charm. There are about 150 Cellar doors and wineries in the Barossa Valley. Most of time Cellular doors are happily open by appointment, however some are also open to the public. Many of them provides with the tours of their wine making facilities and their estates. The Barossa Valley is famous for its artisan food producers, award winning eateries and fresh seasonal produce. Drive the Barossa’s wine trails and food or explore the beautiful countryside by bike. You can also discover the region by vintage car, motorbike, helicopter or air balloon. Unwind after a day spa or enjoy playing the golf on one of the best championship course.
The magic and flavor of Barossa Valley‘s famous wines lie in the variety of its growing conditions. The region’s flagship Shiraz is matured in the warm conditions while the Eden valley produced the wine variety under the cool climate conditions. The Barossa’s first commercial vineyard was Jacob’s creek and one of the oldest in the neighborhood. Seppeltsfielfd and Penfolda are other iconic Australian wine names that can be found in the Barossa Valley. The Louise features Australias finest regional dining experience at the world famous Appellation restaurant as well as offers luxury accommodation amongst the vineyards.
Drive the Barossa’s carefully designed wine trails and food or explore it by bike. Taste delicious smoked meats, home baked breads and other produce on the baker, butcher and winemaker trail. Or sample the hand made cheese, produce along the Baroossa cheese. The Barossa Heritage Trial links many sites related to his history. Visit the gorgeous heritage town and discover the flawless works of the artist at craft shops and galleries. Learn about the Barossa’s rich heritage, history trail stretches from Kapunda in the north upto Mt Pleasant in the Southside. This trail features the stories and historic photos of the early days of the Barossa.