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Wine Tasting in Barossa

By Julia Roger Subscribe to RSS | March 20th 2012 | Views:
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The Barossa valley is located in southern Australia, about 60 kilometers northeast of Adelaide. It is a major wine producing Barossa wine tours and a famous tourist destination. It is the valley formed by the North Para River.

The Wine Industry:

The wine industry is the main source of employment here. It is known for its red wine called Shiraz. The other varieties are Chardonnay, Riesling and Grenache. The Mediterranean climate and the cool ocean breeze aid the production of wine. There about 150 wineries and most of them are open to the public and offer a unique tasting experience.

The Barossa Tours:

There are many agencies and companies who offer a wide range value for money tours, which offer the visitors an insight into the stunning nature of this place. There are high quality coaches available that can cater to a group of any size.

Things to do:

There are a number of scenic drives along this region like the Barossa Scenic Heritage Drive, the Gawler’s Self Drive Tour, or the palm tree lined Seppeltsfield Road. Besides one can take the Butcher, Baker, Winemaker trail and enjoy the wineries. One can opt for the Barossa Trike Tours, which is a unique and private chauffeured tour for three persons in a motor cycle or trike. A knock at the Barossa Cellar Doors festival will give them a taste of the world’s best wine at Rockford, St Hallet, Charles Melton and Langmeil.

A visit to Maggie Beer’s Farm Shop is a must as she offers tasting of her full products and seasonal produce. Her shop is also a food haven where cooking demonstrations take place. An outdoor movie screening at Jacob Creeks Visitors Center is necessary especially in summer. Every two years The Barossa Valley Vintage Festival is held. Tourists from all over the world come here and there is entertainment like concerts, huge street parade and gourmet dining. So all one has to do is to land in Barossa and say cheers!

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