Friends who like to drink red wine must know the Barossa Valley. This land in Adelaide is Australia's premier and best-known wine region, making it a renowned winery such as Penfolds Winery and Chateau Yaldara. Whether it's architecture, art, food, music or even wine, Barossa has a strong European flair. Its crafted Shiraz is world famous and is the oldest Shiraz owner in the world. On both sides of the road leading to the Barossa vineyards, there are thick coconut palm trees and silvery wild oats, and in the distance are dried pastures, flocks and farmhouses filled with geraniums, floating in the blue sky. With the white clouds, the earth is brownish red, and the ground is full of rows and rows of low-lying vines, and the green oil is shining. Strolling through Barossa, it is a green wave of continuous vines, and the air is filled with the fragrance of the sultry grapes and flowers.