Barossa is a viticultural area that is not infected by Phylloxera (a small aphid-like insect that feeds on the roots) and it remains home to some of the world’s oldest continually-producing vines. Some of these gnarled and twisted old vines date back to the first days of Barossa settlement in the 1840s when German and English pioneers planted their treasured cuttings, brought with them from Europe.

Barossa Vines