Barossa Wine School in collaboration with Sonal Holland Wine Academy uncorks the secrets of South Australia’s most revered wine region, Barossa. 

Discover the rich history and diverse flavours of some of Barossa’s finest wines with the Introduction to Barossa Wines course, taught by Sonal Holland MW. 

About the Barossa Wine School

The Barossa Wine School, launched in 2013 by Barossa Australia (formerly Barossa Grape & Wine Association) is a comprehensive wine education program that enhances students’ understanding of Barossa history, viticulture, winemaking and wine styles. Designed for enthusiastic wine drinks, wine trade, media and educators, several thousand people around the world have successfully completed the introductory level with many of these going on to complete the higher levels including Level 1: Barossa Enthusiast, Level 2: Barossa Specialist and Level 3: Barossa Master - a five day immersion visit to Barossa.

Whether you're a wine enthusiast, a professional in the industry, or just someone looking to expand your knowledge and appreciation for wine, this course is for you.

Learn through guided tastings of the famous wine styles of Barossa from some of the most revered producers of the region, like Jacob’s Creek and St.Hugo from Pernod Ricard Family, Torbreck, and Peter Lehmann.

Power-up your wine knowledge and dive into the rich wine region of Barossa with the Introduction to Barossa course. 

What you’ll learn:

  • Where is Barossa

  • What makes Barossa different?

  • Key production facts about Barossa 

  • Barossa wine styles

  • Discover Barossa tourism 

Why take the Introduction to Barossa wines course? 

  • Gain an in-depth perspective into the two main winemaking regions of Barossa, the Barossa Valley and the Eden Valley 
  • You will gain knowledge about the region for your further certifications (eg. WSET, Court of Master Sommeliers, etc.)
  • Understand the tasting of classic Barossa wine styles 
  • You will receive a certificate upon completion of the course

Are you ready to learn all about Barossa wines?