HOW TO GET THERE

The Barossa is located about 70km north-east of Adelaide. Just an hour’s drive from the airport and you are in one of the most well renowned wine regions in the world. The roads are easy so taking your own car (hire car if travelling) is going to be the most cost effective option. Once there, the wineries are close together and easy to access. The newly opened Northern Expressway has made it easier and quicker than ever to access the region.

Just keep in mind one of the main reasons for your visit and consider organising transport between the wineries and breweries.

WHAT TO LOOK OUT FOR | In brief by @thewinebloke

Older varieties
Shiraz
Riesling
Tawny

Think premium, in both of the Barossa’s main grape growing regions (Barossa Valley and Eden Valley). The area is surrounded by varying sized towns in all directions, they are all good, but I’m particularly fond of Marananga.
The food scene is improving, but there is still a long way to go to compete,.
Home to many larger scale wineries, can be a little overpriced in comparison to other regions.
A perfect location for that winter getaway.

TOURS

There is no shortage of companies vying to take you around this region. See the link below for further information.

List of tours

Taste the Barossa

WHERE TO STAY

Graild is dedicated to showcasing the best in drinks from all styles. Recommendations and suggested options with a desire to drink different.

COMING SOON

UPCOMING EVENTS

october, 2020

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