Generations of families have invested their passions to produce some of the most iconic wines in the world. The Barossa Valley is a major wine-producing region and tourist destination of South Australia With over 80 cellar doors and 150 wineries. It is a compact valley, just 25km long, yet it manages to produce 21% of Australia’s wine, and it makes a no-fuss day trip from Adelaide, 65km to the southwest.
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The best way to store a wine is to fill it into wine barrel. The chemistry of wine prevents mold and bacteria from forming on the wood. Every wine enthusiast knows that the taste of oak-aged wine is unparalleled. The use of wine oak barrels to store and age wine is a centuries old tradition. Wine aged in oak barrels is enhanced with the addition of vanilla and oak overtones. Wine barrels should be store in a wine cellar where temperature and humidity are maintained by a climate control system. Wine cellar are usually built underground to reduce temperature swings.
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