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The Barossa was renowned to be the best in producing the finest wine in the world. They have been producing wines since 1842 and they havent missed since then. With the warm and cool climate condition, a perfect place to cultivate grape, brings them success and award winning.
Wine is the foundation of peoples life in Barossa. There are 750 grape growing families and more than 170 wine companies are earning from the fruit of their hard work. Aside from laurels, they also plant alternative varietals such as: viognier, tempranillo, sangiovese, marsanne and savagnin.
Barossa was also known throughout the globe for its reds Shiraz, Cabernet Sauvignon and Grenache and characteristic whites Riesling, Semillon and Chardonnay. They also produce Merlot and famous GSM Rhode style blends.
This world-class wine was obtained from the vineyard of historic Barossa Valley and Eden Valley, located at the north city of Adelaide in South Australia. It is the pride of Barossa Australia to be recognized as the winemaking region.
Aside from the famous wines, Barossa was also known for its famous authentic food. It is the legacy of their tradition of being independent and hard-working.
Barossa was blessed with huge vineyards full of fresh fruits, nuts, vegetables and citrus with the combination of poultry, livestock, yabbies and hare that motivates them to cook the best Australian recipes.
At Barossa butcher, they catered smoked mettwurst, lachschinken and bratwurst sausages. The traditional breads and yeasted cakes like: bienenstich and streuselkuchen can be found at the local bakeries. The Barossa collection of local products like: flavor pickeled onions and gherkins, olives and olive oil, egg noodles, and a variety of chutneys, pickles and preserves to tantalise the taste buds can be found in the food outlets, cellar doors and supermarkets.
You can find the finest regional restaurants here in Australia called Appelallation at Marananga. It was listed in top 50 Australian Restaurants, and top 3 in South Australia in the Australian Gourmet Traveller 2008 Restaurant Guide. It is a fine dining restaurant that caters fresh foods and a selection of the world-class wines manufactured from Barossa Region.