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Barossa Wine Trails – Barossa

Barossa Wine Trails

Explore Barossa at your own pace by joining a Wine Trail, or use the barossa.com Wineries Search and downloadable Trip Planner to create your own self-guided tour of the region.

Bethany to Angaston Trail

Bethany to Angaston TrailDiscover more of the Barossa. Follow the Bethany to Angaston trail.

Wineries on the trail include:
  • Artisans of Barossa
  • Bethany Wines
  • Chateau Tanunda
  • Hart of the Barossa
  • Lambert Estate
  • Rusden
  • Seabrook Wines
  • Taste Eden Valley
  • Thorn Clarke
  • Troll Creek
  • Turkey Flat Vineyards
  • Yalumba

Collect a map at any of the above wineries, the Barossa Visitor Centre or download below.

bethany-to-angaston-trail-map-v3-small-file.pdf


Read the Bethany to Angaston suggested itinerary here



Nuriootpa Wine Trail

Nuriootpa Wine TrailThe Nuriootpa Wine Trail allows you to explore the wineries of Nuriootpa via an easy to follow map . Many wineries are only a few hundred metres from each other, with the total distance of the trail being just over 8km. This makes it perfect for a day itinerary, either by bike or vehicle.

Read more on the the trail and plan your itinerary here.

Wineries on the trail include:

  • Gibson Wines 
  • The Willows Vineyard 
  • Elderton Wines 
  • Penfolds 
  • First Drop Wines 
  • Kaesler Wines 
  • Yelland & Papps

Collect a map at any of the above wineries, the Barossa Visitor Centre or download below.

Read the Nuriootpa Wine Trail suggested itinerary here

nuriootpa-wine-trail-map-updated-april-2016-.pd



Wine Tasting Tips

The Barossa Grape & Wine Association encourages responsible consumption of alcohol and recommends:

  • not drinking on an empty stomach 
  • to drink plenty of water
  • use spittoons
  • choose a designated driver


Help keep Barossa phylloxera free

PhylloxeraEach year, thousands of visitors come to Barossa to sample and savour some of the world’s finest wines and to marvel at the beauty of the gnarled and twisted vines. These delights could all be at risk because of a small pest with a funny name – phylloxera.  Phylloxera, an insect that attacks grapevine roots, could destroy our wine industry by killing our precious vines which includes some of the oldest grape vines in the world.

Tips
  • If visiting from interstate wine regions, please clean your shoes and remove mud from your vehicle before coming to South Australia.
  • Please don’t walk on vineyard soil and do not bring any plant material or soil from interstate.
  • Stay on the roadways when visiting vineyards.
  • Don’t enter vineyards without permission.