Arguably Australia’s most famous wine producing region, the Barossa Valley is situated 65km northeast of Adelaide, and includes towns like Angaston, Nuriootpa and Tanuda.
If you’re a wine lover, you’re certainly spoilt for choice with over 80 cellar doors, many of which are internationally- renowned. The region is rich in wine history too − with sixth generation wine families residing here.
Though the valley is just 25 kilometres long, Barossa produces 21% of Australia’s wine. The local specialty would be Shiraz grapes, as well as varieties like Grenache and Mataro. New Mediterranean varieties are joining the party too.