Germans in the Barossa Valley - Vignerons and winemakers from Germany are joining four generations of their countrymen in the Barossa Valley, 40 miles from Adelaide, the capital of the State of South Australia, in making wine which is placed high on the wine lists of the world. Most of Australia's 33000 000 gallons annual wine production comes from the 128 square miles valley. The first wines were planted in the 1840's by Johann Gramp and Joseph Seppelt whose wineries now are among the largest in the Southern Hemisphere. English migrant Charles Boe, who migrated from County Durham, in 1960, is the weighbridge attendant at one of the biggest wineries in the valley. Here Mr Boe, left, checks a load leaving for Adelaide with Australian-born Kevin Hentschke, the driver of the 17
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