Barossa Valley is a famous Australian wine region where some of the finest and most delicious wines are being made. Located just 60 km from Adelaide, the Barossa Valley is one of the richest wine producing regions and a popular touristic destination in Australia. The secret ingredient that makes the wines form Barossa Valley so unique are the perfect weather and climate conditions (especially for red wines): rainy winters and cool summers. With a perfect climate, the Barossa Valley is a home of some of the best red and white wines in the world.
When it comes to buying a Barossa Valley wine, there are many choices to consider. The Barossa Valley is most popular for the production of red wines, like Cabernet, Shiraz and Grenache. Bellow, we present you some of the best wines that are produced in the Barossa Valley wine region:
2012 Cork Cutters Barossa Valley Mataro
Mataro is one of the most popular wines in Australia and it is described as high-quality Barossa Valley wine. Rich with blue and dark fruits with a juicy taste, the Cork Cutters Mataro goes exceptionally well with all kinds of foods. It has a full-bodied and sweet palate, a nice line of tannins and incredible flavour.
2008 Rolf Binder Heinrich Wine
Heinrich is an excellent wine that comes in three different varieties. Heinrich comes from the name of the founder of the same winery. With a complex structure of different fruits, a full-bodied palate, nice tannins and clear red-purple color, the Rolf Binder is made of 60% Shiraz, 25% Mataro and 15% Grenache.
1999 Penfolds Bin 95 Grange
For those who are willing to pay a little more for a nice bottle of wine, Penfolds Bin 95 Grange from 1999 is the real thing. It was the first 100% Shiraz made wine, with an intense flavor and texture. This Barossa Valley wine has a deep red/purple colour, and it is recognized as the most consistent wine in the world.
2010 Elderton Command Single Vineyard Shiraz
Elderton Command is an iconic Australian Shiraz and one of the most popular Barossa Valley wines. With easily memorable taste of dark fruits, this deeply complex Barossa Valley wine is well structured and full-bodied, while the palate is extremely fresh.