A renowned wine region, the Barossa Valley boasts thousands of acres of vineyards. This region is home to some of the world’s finest wineries, wine tastings, and wine experiences. The valley is primarily known for its Shiraz (known elsewhere as Syrah) grapes, which have been planted there as early as 1847.
Perched on top of a small hill overlooking the scenery of the Barossa Vatlley sits The Louise Hotel. “Where great grapes grow, great everything grows” is their motto. Not only can you taste fine wine, The Louise offers its guests many options for activities that enhance their stay. Pick from options like having breakfast with kangaroos, taking a masterclass to make your own wine, learning to cook at a nearby culinary school, or sitting back and enjoying a private wine tasting.
After a long day of activities, head over to the Appellation restaurant at The Louise to experience why it is recognized as a world class destination for dining in South Australia. With their fundamental belief of good food and wine marriages, Appellation ensures that one does not come without the other. Executive Chef Daniel Murphy boasts a menu with 85% locally sourced ingredients from nearby growers and farmers in the Barossa Valley. While dining, guests can enjoy the spectacular views of the valley on The Louise wine bar terrace.