Barossa Valley

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Barossa Valley

(bərô`sə), region of South Australia, S Australia. A major area of wine production 40 mi (64 km) NE of AdelaideAdelaide,
city (2016 pop. 22,063, Greater Adelaide 2016 pop. 1,295,714), capital and chief port of South Australia, S Australia, at the mouth of the Torrens River on Gulf St. Vincent. It has automotive, textile, and other industries.
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, the valley was named by Colonel William Light for the British victory over the French in the Battle of Barossa (1811; now Barrosa), Spain, in which he fought.
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This Easter, jet off to the warmer climes of South Australia and discover the stunning Barossa Valley, the home of the UK's favourite Australian wine, Jacob's Creek.
From a long-established Barossa winemaking family, Grant Burge has a mission in life.
The state of South Australia has such well-known wine regions as the Barossa Valley, Mc Laren Vale and the Clare Valley.
But, and here's the thing, these perceptions are borne largely out of grapes produced in northern Rhone and places like Australia's Barossa Valley.
I expected better from the IWC bronze medal winning McGuigan Shortlist Barossa Valley Shiraz 2010.
THE Co-operative has two little Aussie beauties from the brilliant Barossa vineyard St Hallett on offer with the Shiraz 2008 and the Riesling 2010 both at pounds 6.99, saving pounds 3.
the sun has shone on vines in South Australia's Barossa Valley since the 1840s, when settlers first planted their highly prized crop.
Characterised by its visibly rich German heritage, along with its rolling, vine-covered hills, Barossa Valley is a uniquely beautiful destination for sightseers and wine connoisseurs alike.
The Barossa Valley in South Australia is home to some great Australian shiraz.
It's approximately an hour's drive to the Barossa Valley from Adelaide home to the infamous Jacobs Creek!
The Barossa Valley is South Australia's finest wine-producing area, and also the oldest.