Wonderful Winter in the Barossa
Barossa is absolutely wonderful in winter!
With an abundance of cosy cellar doors, warming winter fires and indulgent food and wine options to feed your soul we really can't think of a better way to fend off the winter blues. Don't let the cold weather deter you! Winter in Barossa is wonderful. The rolling green hills provide the perfect backdrop to rows of freshly pruned vines, and there's nothing more breathtaking than early morning fog hovering over the vineyards.
If you've only talked about visiting Barossa, there is no better time. Warm up in Barossa this winter and take advantage of some hot accommodation deals.
We've compiled a list of cellar doors where you can peel off your many 'winter' layers and sit back and relax by the fireplace with a glass of Barossa wine or fortified, guaranteed to warm you up from the inside out.
Barossa Chateau, Elderton, Fernfield Wines, Hemera Estate, Hentley Farm, Hewitson, Kellermeister, Lambert Estate Wines, Moorooroo, Langmeil, Peter Lehmann, Pindarie, Rockford, Rusden, Seabrook Wines, Taste Eden Valley, Tscharke, Turkey Flat Vineyards, Whistler Wines and Yalumba.
If you can't decide what to do when you get here, we've taken the guess work out of it for you and created some suggested itineraries just for the winter months - Bethany to Angaston Trail (Winter Warmer) and Winter Warming Weekend.
We have a thriving events calendar all year round. Find out what's on during your visit.
If you've taken the plunge and decided to stay for the whole weekend why not make the most of it and spend some time exploring the great outdoors - nothing beats fresh Barossa air. There's plenty of outdoor activities including long winter walks through some of the region's most scenic landscapes, or why not hire a bike (weather permitting) and discover Barossa at your own pace.
There really is so much to see and do in the Barossa all year round.
We hope to see you soon!