The Terroirs of the Barossa looks to highlight the unique wine flavour characteristics qualities of the individual sub-regions, or ‘Parishes’ in the Barossa.
These differences stem from the relationships between man and place, with soils, climate zones, viticulture, aspects and water access, all playing important roles in the flavor of the grapes of these sites.
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The Eden Valley with its altitude and ancient soils creates a range of shiraz flavours that are taut and more edgy than their near neighbours on the Valley floor
An exciting sub-regional snapshot of the Marananga parish. Centred in the North West quadrant of the Barossa provides some of the Valley’s most powerful wines from the red brown loam clay soils with s...
Big, strong and bold, this Shiraz is from the the red-brown loam soils and ironstone of the cool Southern Barossa area of Lyndoch.