The Barossa Valley is a premium wine region located around 56km from the city of Adelaide. Colonel William Light, an early surveyor, named the valley in memory of the ‘Battle of Barossa’, a famous Spanish war. The diverse nature of the landscape and varied soil types, suit a wide range of grape varieties. Shiraz, Australia’s most famous wine style and the region's signature variety, attracts thousands of wine enthusiasts to visit the Barossa Valley every year.
Perfecting the art of winemaking
At Millon Wines, we craft quality wines from grapes grown in the fertile soils of the Barossa by combining old-world knowledge with contemporary winemaking techniques. At each of our wineries, we own every step of our production — from vine to glass — and pay the utmost care and attention to our local environment and natural resources.
As a Barossa Valley wine company, we create authentic and honest wines that capture the rich flavours of our own Barossa Valley vineyards, where grapes are carefully harvested at their most ripe to retain their natural characteristics. Taking a hands-on approach allows us to produce wines that are true representations of their region, style, and variety.
Discover our premium Barossa Valley wines
Whether you’re looking to sample a new varietal or find a quality drop for dinnertime, our Barossa winery produces high-calibre wine for every occasion and mood. You’ll discover GSM, Tempranillo and Pinot Grigio in our range of delectable Barossa Valley wines, plus:
Shiraz — The pride of our Barossa winery, Shiraz is beloved for its soulful flavours of dark fruits and spice. With a velvety smooth finish and well-balanced acidity, it’s little wonder this is Australia’s most popular red wine.
Cabernet Sauvignon — Featuring high acidity and high tannin levels, Cabernet Sauvignon is packed with notes of dark fruits, cassis and vanilla from oak barrel ageing. Perfect when paired with red meats, aged cheddars and contemplative moods.
Riesling — A firm favourite of our Barossa Valley winery, Riesling is generally considered a sweeter wine, though dry varietals are available. Thanks to its high acidity and crisp, fruity flavour, it’s the perfect complement to an afternoon barbeque.
Grenache — Typified by its dark red hue and long legs, Grenache is often considered the mature sibling of rosé. With bright, fruity flavours, it’s a fresh red that devoted white wine lovers are sure to enjoy.
Enjoy the finest range of Barossa Valley drops at Millon Wines
With wineries in the Barossa Valley, Clare Valley and Eden Valley, we offer an exceptional collection of sultry red wines and crisp whites at Millon Wines. Whether you’re interested in sampling a new varietal with a one-off bottle purchase or investing in a case of 12 for convenience, we offer it all. If you would like any information on our Shiraz, Riesling or other award-winning wines, contact us and we’ll be happy to help.
The Barossa Valley is Australia’s premier wine region, recognised for its seductive full-bodied Shiraz. If you’re looking to expand your palette, you’ll also discover a collection of superb Cabernet Sauvignon, Riesling, GSM, Grenache, Chardonnay and Semillon.
The Barossa Valley is found in South Australia, about 60 kilometres north-east of Adelaide. Approximately an hour’s drive from the state’s capital, the Barossa Valley is ideally located for a day trip, weekend or a week-long affair. With 80 cellar doors in the Barossa Valley, there’s no shortage of artisanal wines to sample.
Barossa Valley wineries benefit from a warm climate similar to the Mediterranean. With warm days and cooler nights, the Barossa weather is optimal for yielding grapes with bold flavours, and makes the region an ideal destination to visit year-round.
There are many reasons why the Barossa Valley is considered one of the best places in Australia for wine production. The region has a long history of viticulture, dating back to the early 19th century.
The Mediterranean microclimate and soil substrata of sand and clay create a diverse environment that is conducive to a wide range of grape varietals, with deep colours ranging from yellow-green to deep reds and browns.