Can you walk between wineries Barossa?

The Barossa Valley is one of the most known wine regions in the world. The Barossa is one of the best wine regions at producing the greatest shiraz.

With over 150 wineries in the Barossa Valley, you’d imagine it might be easy to walk to some of them. But with how large some of the vineyards are, walking to the winery next door might be a bit of a walk and can take longer than a couple of minutes.

The best way to get between each winery is by driving. You can use your own car, or you could book a tour. We do highly recommend booking a tour, so you won’t need to worry about drinking and driving. This then allows you to enjoy your day having delicious wines and food.

If you’re wondering about what wineries to go to, we’ll list a few of our favourites!

Wolf Blass

Wolf Blass has been around since 1966, creating some delicious wines in the Barossa. Wolf Blass sources the grapes across South Australia creating superior blends. A popular medium bodied blended wine is the Red Label cabernet merlot. This blended wine has aromas of blackcurrant, plum, and a touch of leafiness. Wolf Blass has a rich and powerful 2016 shiraz, Grey Label Barossa. This Shiraz has aromas of blue fruits, dark chocolate, and spices.

Jacobs Creek

At Jacobs Creek, there are delicious wines to try across a range of different tastings. The selection of wine tastings is exclusive wines, new releases, light and fresh, and cellar selections. The staff is very helpful and happy to talk to you about the wines you’re tasting. One of the wines you can try is the Barossa Signature Riesling which has floral notes and a mix of lime and jasmine. Another delicious wine is the OLR Flumè sauvignon blanc with oak and tropical guava notes.

Lambert Estate Wines

Lambert Estate has a pristine location for the vineyards, creating some intense wines. Up In The Air viognier wine tastes like summer with notes of tropical fruits, and citrus. Or a delicious tempranillo red, Tempt Me, has aromas of oak, vanilla, and red fruits like cherry.

If these wineries sound interesting, you can visit them when booking a wine tour. This tour goes around to a few wineries through the Barossa. On this tour, you will also have some yummy food to go along with the wine tastings.