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 (1991 pop. 957,480), 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. Grains, wool, dairy products, wine, and fruit are exported.
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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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BRIGHT WHITES Taste the Difference Australian Barossa Chardonnay 2016 (PS7, Sainsbury's) Chardonnay is the third most popular grape variety in the UK, and this affordable label displays Barossa's signature tropical fruit character, plus pleasing peach and apricots with a fresh, creamy finish.
But, don't forget their most famous wine, Penfold's Grange is generally blended from wines from the Barossa Valley, McLaren Vale, Coonawarra and elsewhere.
Taste the Difference Australian Barossa Chardonnay 2016, PS7, Sainsbury's: Chardonnay is the third most popular grape variety in the UK, and this affordable label displays Barossa's signature tropical fruit character which shines through, plus pleasing peach and apricots with a fresh, creamy finish.
Taste the Difference Australian Barossa Chardonnay 2016, PS7, Sainsbury's Chardonnay is the third most popular grape variety in the UK, and this affordable label displays Barossa's signature tropical fruit character which shines through, plus pleasing peach and apricots with a fresh, creamy finish.
Trainees from the Murraylands and Riverland, and the Barossa, Light and Lower North regions will today participate in a training session to help them take the next steps in their careers.
5 million Australian dollars (P448 million) for the acquisition of 100 percent of South Australian bottler Barossa Bottling Services Pty.
Extra Special Barossa Chardonnay A glass wiggle and shake reveals peaches and cream, with muskiness in the background.
Barossa Valley - the home of the world's oldest and perhaps greatest Shiraz vines Barossa Valley - the home of the world's oldest and perhaps greatest Shiraz vines Australian Chardonnay isn't what it used to be.
An advertisement for the Barossa Valley designed by a local advertising agency KWP his won the award for World's Best Tourism Film 2014 at the Festival of Festivals in Vienna.
Once back perfect Barossa Valley onboard we quickly adjust to the train's delightfully laidback routine: food, food and more food interspersed with easy chit-chat from fellow passengers and staff.
It hails from shiraz's Barossa homeland and delivers juicy, cherry and plum flavours with chocolate and menthol notes - all nicely smoothed out by adept oak ageing.