The region boasts over 750 grapegrowers who have combined their knowledge of the land and its climate with modern viticultural practice, creating a partnership with the 170 large and small wineries whose specialist skills make the most of this superb fruit.
The Barossa has a legendary reputation for its wine, and in particular for its generous, intensely flavoured Shiraz. But there is so much more – and not just other grape varieties, but a host of artisan specialities such as cheese, bread, cured meats, pickles and jams that have been proudly preserved from their European heritage. This is a community united by the fruits of the vine as well as a place of belonging. The Barossa offers friendship and warmth, idyllic landscapes and hand-crafted wines. It is a place of family, friends, tradition and laughter, and you are welcome to share the Barossa story
Here are a list of their wines: