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Barossa Valley

If a wine connoisseur were asked to name a top Australian wine region, chances are it would be the Barossa Valley. Located a little over 50 km north of Adelaide, it is one of Australia’s oldest wine regions. It is also home to many of Australia’s larger wine companies, such as Penfolds, Wolf Blass, Turkey Flat and Yalumba, which have helped to establish its reputation. While most of Australia’s wine regions were influenced by the British, the Barossa was founded by German settlers who fled persecution from the Prussian province of Silesi, which is now modern day Poland. Due to its hot climate, it soon found repute for producing ripe grapes that were the inspiration behind the country’s fortified wine production. However, over the years, the style waned and the country’s focus turned towards table reds produced from Cabernet Sauvignon. As a result, the Barossa fell out of favour. By the 1980s, several small estates began producing top notch unfortified Shiraz, which drew worldwide attention. This re-launched the region and the rest, they say, is history. ...
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    Wolf Blass Vineyards · Barossa Valley · South Australia · Australia
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    Wolf Blass Vineyards · Barossa Valley · South Australia · Australia
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