Barossa Valley

A rare opportunity to learn first-hand about the Barossa Valley region and its rich heritage

Two guests walking through Seppeltsfield’s Centennial Cellar

What is Barossa Valley famous for?

The Barossa is the wine capital of Australia, home to over 100 wineries, with more than 60 of these hosting cellar doors

Entrance archway into Hutton Vale Farm garden
One of the wines that it is best known for is Shiraz, as these grapes are especially well-suited to this stunning area.

There are many fabulous wineries in the Barossa Valley, making it the perfect destination for those who want to learn more about the production process and sample the delicious wines from one of the world’s finest wine regions. Many visitors to the Barossa enjoy going on one of the various Barossa Valley wine tours to explore the history and creation of the wines.

The popularity of Barossa Valley tours stems from the region’s deep-rooted history in wine production. The tours attract visitors including those wine connoisseurs, those who have a keen interest in learning more about the subject, and those who simply want to experience great wine for themselves.
There are more than 150 wineries in this area and many different tours to choose from. In fact, you will find some of the top wineries in the world here, like Henschke, Seppeltsfield and Hutton Vale, which makes it a must for any wine lover visiting Adelaide. It is just a short drive from the city but when you arrive here, you will find yourself immersed in the wine capital of the country.

You will find Barossa Valley day tours to suit all needs and preferences from the choices available. Explore the region’s wineries privately. It is even possible to combine your wine tour with food sampling – a truly ideal way to enjoy the area’s cuisine as well as its fine wines.