The Barossa is Australia’s wine capital, featuring more than 80 cellar doors less than an hour's drive from Adelaide. The Mediterranean climate of the Barossa (cool summers and rainy winters) is perfectly suited for red wine production, particularly Shiraz and a richly flavoured Cabernet. With great wine comes great food so make sure you leave enough time to sample all of the locally-produced delights the Barossa has to offer. The 10 kilometre-long Seppeltsfield Road is home to some of the Barossa’s most famous places to eat including Hentley Farm, FermentAsian, Appellation Restaurant and Vintners Bar & Grill.
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