The sun-shining Barossa brings the names of the red wine world to the lush grape fields. Together with the sommelier, it carries the inner pride with a wine glass, and calms the taste of the Riesling, the refreshing red haze. Beads, and those hundred years of taste hidden in oak barrels.
Today, I went to Barossa, Australia's most famous winery gathering place, and drove into Barossa. The oak forest and grape fields along the way are a delightful landscape in this magical land. On the top, the densest of Australia's finest wineries, they have different winemaking ideas, today, we are going to experience one by one.
DIY belongs to its own red wine at Penfolds Winery, enjoys steaks at Jakes Winery, and learns the history of a century-old port wine at Shap Winery. When the red wine flows over the tip of the tongue, the vast vineyards in the sunset The afterglow of China and the United States is just right.
JOJO’s wonderful trip
If you want to have a systematic understanding of Australian red wine, the Dajekas Visitor Center is the perfect place. There is not only a great Chinese explanation, but also a detailed introduction to each grape variety. and also. . . Their restaurant is also very good. Before I bought a bottle of red wine at Penfolds, I still had a bottle of white. I used to grow grass in New Zealand before, and the fruity taste of New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc is very good. But I have tried the Sauvignon Blanc here. It seems that there is no spicy thing. Its just a personal opinion, but Riesling The acidity seems to be just right, and the floral aroma is just right. And it is also relatively cheap. So I have a whole bottle. I ordered the steak, with SHIRAZ. . . Its really delicious.
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.