Valley Wineries and Vineyards near Tanunda and Nuriootpa, South Australia.
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(September 29 - October 1, 2006)
Our campsite at the Tanunda Caravan Park.
Wine tasting is serious business (the first five glasses)
Richmond Grove vines.
Lutheran Church in Tanunda, located in the Barossa Valley.
A photo of ole blue, the old way of crushing grapes into wine.
The old winery at Richmond Grove.
The old blacksmith shop, located at the Langmeil winery, one of the first
buildings in the Barossa Valley
These vines are over 150 years old and still producing grapes.
Thousands of liters of wine being aged in oak barrels.
Manicured rows of grape vines are enjoyed during a day's cycling in the Barossa
Endless rows of fruit vines.
An antique wagon used to harvest grapes in the early days of the vineyard.
Fine wines are aged in a combination of French or American oak barrels
The path to see the oldest than thickest grape vines in the Barossa Valley
Wine tasting area at Richmond Grove.
Norms Coolies, a show with trained Australian sheepdogs.