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Barossa Grounds

The Barossa Grounds Project was established in 2008 to evaluate the variations of wine style across the Barossa Zone. This collaborative undertaking, led by the Barossa Grape & Wine Association and including the participation of South Australia’s leading soil scientists and viticulturists, wine critics, PIRSA and many of the Barossa’s most distinguished winemakers, involved the collection of climatic data, analysis of soil profiles across the Barossa and Eden Valleys, controlled winemaking studies and annual tasting reviews.

The Australian Geographical Indications defines the official boundaries of the Barossa Zone, its Regions Barossa Valley and Eden Valley, and the Sub-region of High Eden.

The Barossa Grounds Project identified three distinctive Grounds within the Barossa Valley Region - Northern Grounds, Central Grounds and Southern Grounds. Two smaller grounds, Eastern Edge and Western Ridge, are also acknowledged.

Discover more about the Barossa Grounds Project in the pages below.

 

Overview

The Barossa Grounds Project: Overview
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Barossa Grounds Tool Kit

The Barossa Grounds Project: Toolkit
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Barossa Grounds Maps

The Barossa Grounds Project: Maps
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Barossa Grounds Images

Barossa Grounds Project: Images
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Barossa Grounds Videos

Barossa Grounds Project: Videos
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Barossa Grounds Interactive Map

The Barossa Grounds interactive, web-based map is a quick and easy tool to electronically 'layer' the influences of Barossa soil type, climate and topography on the wine styles of Barossa…
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Barossa Grounds Project Contributors

Barossa Grounds Project Contributors
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Barossa Grounds Tour 2017

Uncover the secrets of the Barossa parishes in a glass of wine ... Explore the diversity of the various Barossa Grounds with a unique opportunity to taste wines made from…
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