Looking for a getaway like no other? Experience the world-renowned winery region of South Australia; the Barossa Valley. It is bursting with gems waiting for you to discover. At Barossa, there is always something for everyone to enjoy, especially for wine enthusiasts.

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The World-Famous Barossa Valley

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The Barossa is where you can find some of the finest food and wine in the entire country. You get to immerse yourself in the fascinating culture of the region when you visit.

Or, you can plan a fancy adventure, ranging from a luxury escape for couples to a wine and dine experience for those anticipating to delight their senses.

Choosing Your Winery Itinerary

A great winery has these three qualities: a beautiful setting, staff members that are knowledgeable and friendly, and of course, delicious wine. There is a reason why the Barossa Valley is the perfect destination for anyone who loves wine. It is ideal for you, whether you are a wine connoisseur or a beginner who does not know what a Sauvignon Blanc is.

You can have a wonderful time in the valley, but you should first know where to go. If you only have a day or less to be in the Barossa, these destinations should be in your to-visit list:

1. Tanunda Wineries

When in this area, be sure to drop by the Langmeil and Charles Melton wineries. Rockford and David Franz wines are also an excellent choice. Enjoy a truly fantastic experience from start to finish. Expect to be greeted by courteous professionals. You can find a farmhouse-style winery (Langmeil, Charles Melton, and Rockford) and vineyard with a “million-dollar view” (David Franz). You would usually find yourself enjoying wine with at least one real wine expert at the table.

2. Lyndoch Wineries

The Kies Family Wines has a central location, set in an old building. It has a cellar door with a gift shop. You would be pleased with the extensive list of wines here. Another option is the Chateau Yaldara, one of the biggest producers in the valley. The place is grand and surely one of the most beautiful that you can visit. It is tucked away in an old barn, like many wineries but this one stands out because of its mansion-like vastness.

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Barossa

3. Angaston Wineries

This cellar door is not your everyday option, which is why you should come here and visit. It is made of a tasting room where you can have various wine producers to choose from. You have the opportunity to taste different labels in just one visit.

4. Rowland Flat Wineries

The Lou Miranda Estate and Liebichwein are two of the famous wineries in the area. Both offer you an exciting adventure, especially as you go through the impressive wine list.

More Experiences Wine Enthusiasts Should Not Miss

The Barossa Valley is famous for many reasons. It is a beautiful part of the world where you can see vivid grapevines and vast forests. There are four towns in the area, along with smaller villages. About 150 wineries exist here, allowing you to taste wine and enjoy local produce.

While there are several wineries in Barossa, some experiences are worth your while more than the others. Here are some of those that you must try while in this location:

Seppeltsfield: This winery is the only one (not just in Australia but the rest of the world) to have a 100-year old vintage wine released every year. Visiting this winery will let you taste the wine made the same year you were born with the Taste Your Birth Year Tour.

Jacob’s Creek: Anyone who loves wine knows about this wine company. It is one of the most successful in Australia and has been producing wines since 1847. The visitor centre spans 42 hectares and has its own bicycle track. Instead of drinking in a bar-like establishment, you get to taste the wine under a gum tree. You can even become an outdoor cook with the Food and Wine Masterclass. It will help you mix and match your favourite wine with suitable food for the best taste.

Pindarie Wines: This family-owned winery will give you a taste of history. It uses old wood as the primary material in the interiors, along with exposed stone and brick. You will truly feel as if you have gone back in time. You can even enjoy gourmet pies at the Grain Store restaurant and a choice from ten wines to drink.

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Barossa

Aside from these wineries, you do not want to miss the chance to witness some events, including the Taste Eden Riesling Masterclass, which runs from the 8th of November to the 1st of April 2020. For red wine fans, the Red Wines of the High Country in Angaston will bring your trip to life. It starts on the 8th of November and ends on June 30, 2020.

You do not have to be a wine sommelier to enjoy wines and wineries in the region. Start your tour with the Beginners 101 Wine Appreciation Class in Taste Eden Valley (Angaston). Sip wine and relish the experience in an intimate setting that pays tribute to premium single-vineyard wines.

Travel in style with Erceg Aviation as you explore the beauty of the Barossa Valley. Only 60 km northeast of the city centre of Adelaide, you have delightful scenery to look forward to from above.

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