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Wine has been a way of life in the Barossa since 1842.

The Barossa incorporates both Barossa Valley and Eden Valley, making it one of the only areas in Australia to have neighbouring warm and cool climate growing conditions.

There are some 750 grape growing families, many sixth generation, supplying quality grapes to more than 170 wine companies of all shapes and sizes. The best wines of the Barossa sit comfortably alongside the great wines of the world.  Barossa Shiraz and Eden Valley Riesling have led the way as regional heroes, with Cabernet Sauvignon, Mataro, Grenache, Viognier, Semillon and Tawny all contributing to the Barossa's standing as one of the world's great wine regions. With such a diversity of growing conditions and soil types across both valleys, and vineyards that have been tended by hand for many generations, you are bound to find a wine to call your own.

Hentley Farm Cellar Door

Barossa Wineries Search

Use the Winery Search to find some familar names or make some new discoveries of smaller artisanal winemakers. Wineries can be added to the Trip Planner to tailor make your Barossa experience.

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Jacob's Creek Visitor Centre

Featured Winery

Step inside our featured winery for this month

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Barossa History

A Wine History from 1842

A timeline of the wine history of the Barossa.

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Barossa Chapters

Wine Chapters

The Barossa wine story told in seven chapters.

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Barossa Grounds

The Barossa Grounds project is an ongoing journey to investigate and articulate the diverse characteristics of the sub-regions or ‘parishes’ of the Barossa Valley and their influence on wine style, particularly Barossa Shiraz.

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Yalumba Wine Cellar

Wine Styles

The region is renowned for its Shiraz, winning accolades around the globe, but the Barossa is much more than Shiraz. Cabernet Sauvignon, Grenache, Mataro (also known as Mourvedre) and Merlot are in plentiful supply and wine styles include the famous GSM Rhone style blends.

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The Barossa: Old Vines


There is a total of 13,256 hectares of vineyard area planted in the Barossa. The majority of plantings are Shiraz, with other varieties such as Grenache, Cabernet Sauvignon, Mataro, Riesling and Semillon also part of the Barossa wine tapestry.

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Did you know?

"A Barossa Survivor Vine: is equal or greater than 70 years of age. Are a living symbol of traditional values in a modern environment and signal a renewed respect for the Barossa’s Old Vine material. They have weathered the worst of many storms, both man-made and naturally occurring, including the infamous 1980s Vine Pull scheme. Has reached a significant milestone in Barossa and Australian viticulture history and pays homage to the resolute commitment of those growers and winemakers who value the quality and diverse flavour structures of old vines."