BAROSSA VISITOR INFORMATION CENTRE

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Wine Chapters

The Barossa: Rare and Distinguished

The Barossa: Rare & Distinguished

There can be little doubt that if Australia has a regional wine story that has resonance around the world then it is The Barossa, comprised as it is of Barossa Valley and its elevated, beautiful high country, Eden Valley.

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The Barossa: Generations

The Barossa: Generations

Generations is the connective tissue that holds together the past, the present and the future of the Barossa. By extension, it is also the link between the old, the new and the as yet un-realised.

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The Barossa: Old Vines

The Barossa: Old Vines

The Barossa contains some of the oldest vineyards in the world – with one example dating back to 1843 – but until now, there was no formal schedule of classification or registration.

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The Barossa: Shiraz as our Hero

The Barossa: Shiraz as our Hero

Shiraz is synonymous with Australia, and the Barossa is often regarded as its spiritual home. Violet to inky black, often stone-fruit driven, a little licorice-tinged, and usually supported by warm, earthy tannins, Shiraz – while almost always ‘generous’ – can also be as fine and supple as it is full-bodied.

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The Barossa: Discovery

The Barossa: Discovery

The Barossa’s connection with world-class Shiraz is well established, but within both the Barossa and Eden Valleys, there is always some unturned stone of discovery.

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The Barossa: Barossa Grounds

The Barossa: Barossa Grounds

So what are the potential sub-regions of the Barossa? From north to south, from valley floor to the highest hills they include, but are not limited to...

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The Barossa: Flavours

The Barossa: Flavours

The Barossa already has a strong and established food identity. It speaks most profoundly of its Silesian and German heritage – artisan smallgoods, specialist bakers and a community of home-cooks dedicated to the production of delicious pickles, jams and preserves. So far, so gemütlich!

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Did You Know?

"A Barossa Ancestor Vine: is equal or greater than 125+ years of age. Has stood strong and proud for at least one hundred and twenty five years. It is a living tribute to the early European settlers of the Barossa, pioneers of our modern wine industry. These Very Exceptionally Old Vines and their genetic material have helped to populate this region with irreplaceable, remarkable old stocks and are the underpinnings of our premium viticultural tradition. Are often from low yielding vineyards, with fruit full of intensity and flavour, are most often dry grown. Are believed to be among the oldest producing vineyards in the world."