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The Barossa Valley is one of Australia’s oldest, and the world’s most acclaimed, wine regions. It is primarily known for its red wine, in particular Shiraz. The many wine tours and cellar door tastings in the area make it easy to become familiar with the wineries and their premium wines.
There are over 80 cellar doors and 150 wineries, ranging from big name to boutique, in the Barossa Valley. The area is home to two of the most prestigious names in Australian wine, Penfolds (Grange) and Henschke Cellars (Hill of Grace). Wolf Blass and Jacob’s Creek are two more familiar names in the wine world.
Couples planning a destination wedding will find many wineries that host wedding celebrations in their vineyards. In addition to offering beautiful vineyard settings, Barossans are known for their generous hospitality, fondness for a shared table, and passion for local food and wine. Couples will appreciate these qualities at Barossa Valley wedding venues.
The Barossa Valley offers more than winery wedding venues. The countryside flora and stunning gardens, including an internationally known garden, provide gorgeous wedding settings. Several estates that include opulent mansions have superior gardens. Forest settings are also plentiful. Often ceremonies take place under a tree that is more than a century old.
Couples, and their wedding guests, have many opportunities to enjoy the Barossa Valley before and after the wedding celebration. In addition, towns within the region, including Lyndoch, Williamstown, Nuriootpa, Angaston, and Tanunda, are less than an hour drive from the city of Adelaide. There are many sightseeing opportunities for every taste and budget in the area.
The many stone cottages and Lutheran churches located throughout the Barossa Valley are complemented by great golf courses like Tanunda Pines, farmers markets like Barossa Farmers Market, farms like Lyndoch Lavender Farm, day spas, museums, and art galleries. Visitors can tour the region and enjoy all the sights by motorbike, vintage car, hot air balloon, or helicopter.