Our people are our region.

Their personal stories are woven into the fabric of Barossa, shaping it into the rich and diverse community it is today.

Wherever you look in Barossa there is another story waiting to be told. Here are just a few.

James Lindner

It takes a village to raise a child.

Co Family Proprietor and a Director of Langmeil Winery, James Lindner, loves sitting down with his cup of coffee, watching the sun slowly light up the Barossa ranges from his kitchen window. Sinking into the warm solidarity before his family wake up. Appreciating the small things, remarking, “It’s always a good start to the day when you open your eyes and you’re still breathing.”

Next, sliced bread from Apex Bakery goes into the toaster, a slap of butter and a touch of Promite. Then the day is officially ready to start… the craziness begins. Checking emails and helping his kids get ready for school. On the way to work, getting a coffee from a local Tanunda café. Usually bumping into a mate or two for a random chat “some interesting things to learn at the coffee shop”.

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Acknowledgement of Country —

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