Barossa Vineyards: Rockford Wines

Does the Barossa Valley ring a bell? This wine region, one of the world's largest, is located one hour north of Adelaide. For 150 years the Barossa has produced quality wine which now accounts for more than 20% of Australian wine production. The oldest Shiraz vines in the world are in the region. The wines of the Barossa are often compared to those of Bordeaux (France), Napa Valley (USA) or Tuscany (Italy). During our stay we visited three vineyards.
After Henschke and Langmeil Winery, we visited Rockford Wines who invited us via twitter when we were circulating in the region. What a nice surprise! They produce quality wine using traditional winemaking methods. It is far from mass production. Therefore, there is limited stock of each wine which sells out quickly. Facilities are located in a picturesque old barn which, alone, is worth the visit. Stop and taste the wines of the vineyard and other local products. We also tasted an impressive collection of jams!

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