As South Australians are well aware, the Barossa Valley is one of the world’s most celebrated wine regions.

According to the South Australian Tourism Commission website, the New York Times named the Barossa Valley in their list of ‘53 places To Go To in 2008’, while in October, the world’s largest travel community website, TripAdvisor, listed the Barossa as one of the world’s top 10 wine destinations.

Home to some truly beautiful and historic wineries, the Barossa is particularly famed for producing some of the world’s finest shiraz and cabernet sauvignon, however, the region is also notable for its quality reisling, semillon and chardonnay.
Indeed, the Barossa is the birthplace of Penfold’s Grange, one of the world’s greatest reds.

The Barossa is a wine lover’s paradise where you can access an eclectic range of wonderful labels from over 50 cellar doors, for a fraction of the cost that people in Europe and the United States are prepared to pay for quality wine.

So if you are a lover of wine, why not live in paradise rather than just visit?

Of course, there is so much more to the Barossa than its world class wineries.

The Barossa, which is comprised of the Barossa Valley, Eden Valley and Barossa Ranges, is also famed for its fine foods, rich cultural heritage, beautiful classic architecture and down-to-earth people.

Throughout the year, residents and visitors to the Barossa can enjoy a wide range of experiences including hiking, festivals, art exhibitions and shopping in the quaint towns and villages settled among some of Australia’s most stunning landscapes with its carefully maintained vineyards and sprawling hills.

Fresh country air, wide open spaces and a relaxed pace adds to the Barossa experience and lifestyle. What more could you want?

The Vines
18 Schaedel Street
South Australia 5355

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