Barossa Valley, Adelaide

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  • Barossa Valley
    by Cabernetman
  • the real Jacobs Creek!
    the real Jacobs Creek!
    by Charlie_UK
  • Panoramic view across the Barossa
    Panoramic view across the Barossa
    by Charlie_UK
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    Barossa Valley Wineries

    by kelyeah Written Apr 17, 2008

    This is Australia's most well known wine growing region, with up to fifty wineries operating in the area. Situated only a half hours drive from Adelaide, with beautiful scenery along the way, and plenty of towns and wineries to stop for refreshments. Listed below are some popular wineries in the area, most have tours and open cellar doors, with wine tasting and sales.

    Burge Family Winemakers
    Lyndoch +61 (0)8 8524 4644

    Chateau Tanunda
    9 Basedow Road, Tanunda +61 (0)8 8563 3888

    Cocatoo Ridge Wines
    Barossa Valley Way, Tanunda +61 (0)8 8563 6400

    Elderton Wines
    3-5 Tununda Road, Nuriootpa +61 (0)8 8568 7878

    Jacobs Creek
    Rowland Flat +61 (0)8 8521 3000

    Kaesler Wines
    Barossa Valley Highway,Nuriootpa +61 (0)8 8562 4488

    Kellermeister Wines
    Barossa Valley highway, Lyndoch +61 (0)8 8524 4303

    Kies Family Wines
    Barossa Valley highway, Lyndoch +61 (0)8 8524 4110

    Penfolds Winery
    Tanunda Road, Nuriootpa +61 (0)8 8568 9408

    Rockford Wines
    Krondorf Road, Tanunda +61 (0)8 8563 2720

    St Hallett Winery
    St Hallett's Road, Tanunda +61 (0)8 8563 7000

    Wolf Blass
    97 Sturt Highway, Nuriootpa +61 (0)8 8568 7311

    Yalumba
    Eden Valley Road, Angaston +61 (0)8 8561 3200

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    Artwork inside Peter Lehmann

    by Cabernetman Written Oct 10, 2003

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    The observant amongst you will recognise the artwork signature of their Cabernet Sauvignon. Peter Lehmann makes consistently good Shiraz and it was their Barossa Valley Shiraz that introduced me to wines of very fine tannins. I thought James Halliday was a little harsh on rating his Shiraz but try it, it is as smooth as butter. Forget Clancy's or the Grenache, just go for the straight Shiraz.

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    Barossa Valley

    by Charlie_UK Updated Aug 6, 2003

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    the real Jacobs Creek!

    Visiting the Barossa wineries is a must-do activity for anyone visiting this part of the World. There are many trips available, mainly day trips as it is less than 50k from Adelaide. Familiar names like Penfolds and Jacobs Creek are encountered here. Also look out for elements of the historical German heritage, in street names, architecture (particularly churches) and the odd wurst shop.

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    If you like wine at all, get to the Barossa Valley

    by kooka3 Written Aug 4, 2003

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    The Barossa Valley is one of the most famous wine producing areas of Australia. It is also the most prolific -- 1/3 of all Aussie wines are made here.

    There are 50+ wineries to visit, most of which are open to the public for tastings. Head out on the main highway and watch for winery signs. They are very well marked.

    The Barossa Valley was originally settled by German immigrants, and you'll find that a lot of the wines reflect this - rieslings, gewurtraminiers, etc. You can check out the history of the immigrants and the area at the Barossa Historical Society Museum in Tanunda - (08) 8563-0507.

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    Overlooking Barossa

    by Charlie_UK Written Sep 21, 2003

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    Panoramic view across the Barossa

    The Menglers hill lookout gives superb views across the Barossa valley. Just ignore the plaster of paris sculptures nearby.

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