Discover the unexpected Barossa

Never to be satisfied with the status quo, the Barossa is a region of great history and one of constant evolution as new generations of winemakers, artisan producers, growers, distillers, chefs and brewers, work behind the scenes to carefully carve and mould authentic Barossa produce and offer something a little ‘unexpected’.

Explore the unexpected Barossa.

Our Culinary Innovators

Be inspired by our next generation of culinary innovators like Julian and Abby from El Estanco, Ryan from Fleur Social, Kyle from three 75 bar + kitchen and Ryan from Vino Lokal.

Organic and Bio-dynamic

Barossa has the longest unbroken lineage of winemaking and grape growing families in the country, some entering their seventh generation. It has been the headquarters of innovation and production since the early 1900s. Today's Barossa wine landscape is one of exciting innovation and exploration. Multi-generational farmers work alongside new arrivals, making bold new moves and experimenting all while respecting our regional traditions. Home to the world's oldest, continuously producing Shiraz, Grenache, Mataro, Cabernet Sauvignon and Semillon vines, environmental protection and sustainability are a key focus in both viticultural and winemaking with many brands championing innovative organic and bio-dynamic practices.

Acknowledgement of Country —

The Barossa is located on the traditional lands of the Ngadjuri, Peramangk and Kaurna people