Barossa Valleys Wine and Vineyards

By: Jason Keiller

The Barossa Valley entices you with a great vineyard located in Eden Valley which is named Fernfield Wines located in a beautiful setting just 5 minutes drive from the Eden Valley township can be found a boutique cellar door located in a pristine little cottage. Wine tasting at it best this little gem of a wine producer including 2007 Grape Stompers Shiraz and many other great wines, the vineyard produces only the best The Barossa has to offer.

If you wish to stop by make sure you try the Shiraz one of Barossa's best! Also, don't forget to check out the little township of Eden Valley with its own old stone Lutheran church and old stone buildings. There is also a number of tourism stops along the way, including Collingrove House which is famous for wedding and public events over the years including the age of the property. Also, next to the property is Lindsay Park Australia 's number 1 thoroughbred horse racing stud.

Lindsay Park employs plenty of locals and holds open days once a year for people interested in their local contribution and open days for people interested in entering the industry. Lindsay Park is good for the local economy attracting horse industry specialists into the area.

Eden Valley is also a well known part of The Barossa as it is home to many gum trees which line the roads giving it that extra special feel and these trees go from Angaston township all the way to Mount Pleasant and some South Australians says it is the most beautiful part of inland South Australia.

Eden Valley is the hidden surprise of The Barossa Valley you think that you have seen it all and then you find this little gem hidden just over Mengler's Hill Lookout. Barossa Valley - Accomodation and Bed & Breakfast has so much to offer and is often said to be one of the world's most underrated destinations, possibly with the visitor numbers not as high as many international hot spots keep its integrity as a clean green and friendly place.

Kaiser Stuhl National Park is in Eden Valley , actually Flaxmans Valley to be precise with great views and an incredible opportunity to see wildlife up close and personal with Kangaroos galore especially at dusk. Kangaroos are keen to watch you park the car as they sunbath on a piece of land near the carpark. Follow Tanunda Creek Road to get to the National Park.

I f you would like more information on The Barossa Valley contact your local hotel and see they should point you in the right direction.

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Author: Jason Keiller

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