Barossa Valley

Barossa was heavily influenced by emigrants from both England and Prussia. The region now has sixth-generation winegrowing families and vines dating over 150 years: it has triumphed through fashion, and fallen victim to the same thing over the years. The vine-pulling schemes of the 1970s, which destroyed then unwanted (and now priceless) vines, and the trend for cooler climate wines, all seem to threaten Barossa's success, yet it's name is still synonymous with quality and bold, full-flavoured wines. The climate is warm and dry and the choice of grape varieties reflects this (Shiraz, Mourvedre, Grenache, Viognier, Rousanne).

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