Barossa is widely regarded by international wine writers, judges, retailers and consumers as Australia’s most famous wine region. Why?

It 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.

It is home to Australia’s most unique varietal style – Barossa Shiraz – and its most premium and sought-after embodiments: among them Penfolds Grange and Henschke Hill of Grace. 

Barossa is home to over 40 wine grape varieties, each with its own character, reflecting the hand of the grower and the winemaker. While Shiraz is our hero red variety, Riesling is our hero white variety, where its place is firmly entrenched in Eden Valley.

Located just an hour from Adelaide and with over 90 Cellar Doors to explore, Barossa is a must-do South Australian wine region, whether you're a local or visiting SA for the first time.

But the best part about visiting a Barossa Cellar Door? It's the people. We simply love sharing the things we create and we're here to break all the rules. Casual, family-friendly or in-depth wine experiences are all infused with our characteristic wit and charm, because there's one thing we don't take seriously around here - ourselves!

Acknowledgement of Country —

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