70 Miles from the South Australian City of Adelaide is the lush, leafy and carefully pruned vineyards of Barossa. Apart from having the best panoramic views, these vineyards produce the best of wines. Many a visitor to Barossa has come to the conclusion that the best wine is to be sampled in Barossa Wine District.

Sample the best wines in Barossa Wineries
Sample the best wines in Barossa Wineries
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70 Miles from the South Australian City of Adelaide is the lush, leafy and carefully pruned vineyards of Barossa. Apart from having the best panoramic views, these vineyards produce the best of wines. Many a visitor to Barossa has come to the conclusion that the best wine is to be sampled in Barossa Wine District.

The grapes used to make a wine determine the quality of the wine. In the Barossa District, they only plant the high quality, high yield grapes such as Grenache, Mourvedre, Caernet Sauvignon, Riesling, Chardonnay and Semillon.

The wineries in the Barossa District not only welcomes tourists to hike in their grape fields, but also arrange wine sampling sessions where they provide pallet food, which is then washed down with the best of wines. If you love your wines, then this is the place to be.

The biggest wineries in Australia wholly or partly own the vineyards and wineries in the Barossa District. They reckon that it is good business to allow the tourists into their businesses as this creates some good rapport with potential future customers. Among the major wineries found here include; Yalumba Wineries, Penfold Wineries, Orlando Wines, Peter Lehmann Wineries among others.

Barossa boasts continental climate that also suitable for the holiday makers. It is with this purpose in mind that the hospitality industry investors have converted most of the cottages around the valley into holiday homes for couples, couples with children and pets and also for single persons. A good example of these cottages is the Naimanya Cottage near Kaiser Stuhl Park.

Getting to Barossa Valley is easy. Before going, you will have organized for accommodation in one of the cottages that dot the valley. Most of the cottages arrange transport for their guests upon request. However, upon landing in the Adelaide International Airport, you can hire a taxi cab. Most of the taxi drivers are actually more knowledgeable about the valley than the average tour guide.

Barossa Valley is a good destination for people with kids and pets. The accommodation is cheap compared to other destination. By the end of your holiday, you will want to visit again.


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