A sculpture designed as an eagle’s pair of wings of the Wolf Blass trademark at the main winery visitor’s centre in the Barossa Valley wine region in

- Image ID: 2A3G0MW
A sculpture designed as an eagle’s pair of wings of the Wolf Blass trademark at the main winery visitor’s centre in the Barossa Valley wine region in
richard sowersby / Alamy Stock Photo
Image ID: 2A3G0MW
A sculpture designed as an eagle’s pair of wings of the Wolf Blass trademark at the main winery visitor’s centre in the Barossa Valley wine region in South Australia. There are about 150 wineries in the Barossa Valley wine region, and is one of Australia's oldest. It is 60 km (37 miles) northeast of the city of Adelaide in South Australia. In 1842 the Barossa Valley was first settled by the first German Lutheran settlers which still retains its influence to this day.
Location: Barossa Valley, South Australia, Australia