Barossa Grounds

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So what are the potential sub-regions of the Barossa? They include, but are not limited to: Ebenezer, Moppa, Kalimna, Greenock, Seppeltsfield, Gomersal, Vine Vale, Bethany, Rowland Flat, Light Pass, Barossa Ranges & Eden Valley. Read more: http://www.barossa.com/wine/wine-chapters/the-barossa-barossa-grounds/the-barossa-barossa-grounds

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The Barossa Grounds project is an ongoing journey to investigate and articulate the diverse characteristics of the sub-regions of the Barossa Valley and their influence on wine style, particularly Barossa Shiraz. Our latest video focuses on the Central Grounds and is part of a series from the Barossa Grounds Toolkit. 'Barossa Grounds Project - Barossa Shiraz on black cracking clay, Krondorf, Eastern Edge of the Central Grounds', featuring Grapegrower Keith Hoffmann and Winemaker Jo Irvine. Latest Video, Vines, Journey, Clay, Instagram Posts, Outdoor, Style, Outdoors, Swag
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Our latest Barossa Grounds video heads to the high country and talks Eden Valley dirt with Rob from @gibsonwines *Link in Profile* Linked In Profile, Vines, Country, Instagram Posts, Outdoor, Outdoors, Rural Area, Country Music, Outdoor Games
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The Barossa Grounds project is an ongoing journey to investigate and articulate the diverse characteristics of the sub-regions of the Barossa Valley and their influence…

Barossa Grounds - Rob Gibson, Gibson Wines

The Barossa Grounds project is an ongoing journey to investigate and articulate the diverse characteristics of the sub-regions of the Barossa Valley and their influence…

The Barossa Grounds project is an ongoing journey to investigate and articulate the diverse characteristics of the sub-regions of the Barossa Valley and their influence…

Barossa Grounds - Jo Irvine and Keith Hoffmann

The Barossa Grounds project is an ongoing journey to investigate and articulate the diverse characteristics of the sub-regions of the Barossa Valley and their influence…

2017 Barossa Grounds Tour.  Explore the diversity of the various Barossa Grounds with a unique opportunity to taste wines made from single vineyards.    Contrast the Eden Valley's rolling hills with the black cracking clays of Krondorf, and the deep white sands of Vine Vale - and everything in between. Clays, Wine Making, Sands, Diversity, Red Wine, Opportunity, Alcoholic Drinks, Contrast, Deep
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The Barossa Grounds project is an ongoing journey to investigate and articulate the diverse characteristics of the sub-regions of the Barossa Valley and their influence… Investigations, Journey, Wine, Style, Swag, Study, The Journey, Stylus
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Barossa Grounds - Ken Semmler and Wayne Dutschke

The Barossa Grounds project is an ongoing journey to investigate and articulate the diverse characteristics of the sub-regions of the Barossa Valley and their influence…

The Barossa Grounds project is an ongoing journey to investigate and articulate the diverse characteristics of the sub-regions of the Barossa Valley and their influence on wine style, particularly Barossa Shiraz. Our latest video focuses on the Eastern Edge of the Central Grounds and is part of a series from the Barossa Grounds Toolkit.  Barossa Grounds Project - Barossa Shiraz on deep sand over clay, Vine Vale, Eastern Edge of the Central Grounds featuring Chris and Christian Canute from… Latest Video, Journey, Clay, Christian, Deep, Wine, Instagram Posts, Style, Swag
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The Barossa Grounds project is an ongoing journey to investigate and articulate the diverse characteristics of the sub-regions of the Barossa Valley and their influence…

Barossa Grounds - Rusden Wines

The Barossa Grounds project is an ongoing journey to investigate and articulate the diverse characteristics of the sub-regions of the Barossa Valley and their influence…

Barossa Grounds Project - The Central Grounds, feat. Tim Malone & Steve Frost from Wolf Blass Wines.

Barossa Grounds - Wolf Blass - Tim Malone and Steve Frost

The Barossa Grounds project is an ongoing journey to investigate and articulate the diverse characteristics of the sub-regions of the Barossa Valley and their influence…

A child. St Jakobi Shiraz, planted by the Semmlers, made into wine by Wayne Dutschke, enjoyed by all on the recent Barossa Grounds tour.

Church at Rowland Flat. Image by Dragan Radocaj Photography. Adelaide Sa, Land Use, Greek Isles, South Australia, Monument Valley, Spain, City, Places, Photography
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Church at Rowland Flat. Image by Dragan Radocaj Photography. © Barossa Grape & Wine Association

Barossa Grounds: Soil from various vineyard sites in Barossa - taken on a Barossa Grounds tour. Image by Dragan Radocaj Photography. Types Of Soil, South Australia, Wines, Vineyard, Map, Photography, Flooring, Vine Yard, Fotografie

Barossa Grounds: Soil from various vineyard sites in Barossa - taken on a Barossa Grounds tour. Image by Dragan Radocaj Photography. © Barossa Grape & Wine Association

Barossa Grounds: Soil from various vineyard sites in Barossa - taken on a Barossa Grounds tour. Image by Dragan Radocaj Photography. Vitis Vinifera, In Vino Veritas, Types Of Soil, Wines, Vineyard, Desserts, Food, Earth, Fruit

Barossa Grounds: Soil from various vineyard sites in Barossa - taken on a Barossa Grounds tour. Image by Dragan Radocaj Photography. © Barossa Grape & Wine Association

Barossa Grounds: View over Tanunda. Image by Dragan Radocaj Photography. Good Grammar, South Australia, How To Find Out, Vineyard, Wine, Places, Photography, Travel, Outdoor
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Barossa Grounds: View over Tanunda. Image by Dragan Radocaj Photography. © Barossa Grape & Wine Association