Explore Barossa Valley: The Best “New World” Wine Region On The Globe

By Ava Brown, August 21, 2015

Is visiting Barossa wine region on your to-do list? If so, great. You are about to experience one of the greatest travel adventures in your life. Barossa Valley is a region that has a lot to offer to the visitors, especially for the wine lovers. Great countrysides, historic buildings including various churches, villages and vineyards like from a postcard, acclaimed restaurants, great food and of course, premium wines. There are many reasons to visit Barossa Valley, also known as the best “new world” wine region on the globe.


Barossa Valley is a top-priority destination for visitors from all parts of Australia and wider. If you want to enjoy the taste of the good life, do not hesitate to visit Barossa Valley. Speaking of the taste of the good life, is there a better experience than the unique combination of the exceptional Barossa Valley Shiraz and the tasteful local food from some of the acclaimed restaurants and the great cultural experience. Hardly anywhere you can find more reasons to enjoy life to its fullest.

The world-known Australian Shiraz, great Riesling and the richly flavoured Caberenet are without doubt one of the main reasons why visiting Barossa wine region is a dream come true for every wine enthusiast. Here you will certainly find a treasured bottle of wine to awaken all of your senses, regardless of your personal preferences.


Barossa Valley is a valuable Australian wine region that contributes greately to the overall wine production of the country. In facts, 21% of the wine produced in Australia comes from this 25km long valley. The cool summer climate and the abundance of rain during winter season are the main factors that contribute and enable for some of the most demanding grape varietals to thrive in this region.

When visiting Barossa wine region, exploring the cultural landscapes on The Barossa Heritage Trail is highly recommended. The breathtaking century-old vineyards is what makes a trip to Barossa Valley an experience to remember. Also, here are the genuine white painted churches and grand country mansions, some of the most important marks of the cultural living in this Australian wine region.

People here are so welcoming. The second to none hospitality of the citizens in this region will make you feel like at home. There are countless accommodation options, you will certainly find the best accommodation to suit your personal preferences and budget of course. All in all, there are many reasons for visiting Barossa wine region, it is up to you to decide when you want to dive into the great exploring experience that this region offers.