Barossa Valley is arguably AustraliaĂ¢€™s most iconic wine regions boasting some of the oldest vines on the planet, many over 150 years old, The Barossa is world famous for its profoundly rich powerful wines. It is one of the most historic wine producing regions in Australia with hot, dry summers and cool, moderate winters.
The Adelaide Hills is one of AustraliaĂ¢€™s most vibrant premier cool climate wine region and is well known around the world for its distinctive premium wines, viticulture and stunning scenery.
The rich red soil of the Adelaide Plains vineyards, with its warmer climate, tempered by evening breezes from the nearby sea, grow the classic Australian Shiraz , Cabernet Sauvignon, Petit Verdot and Sangiovese. The wines are known for their consistent intense colours and rich flavours from the rich red soil, minimum irrigation and specialised trellising which exposes the bunches ideally to the elements.
On the same latitude as Margaret River, but further inland, the Blackwood Valley Wine Region is undoubtedly the most scenic wine region in the state of Western Australia. It has cooler winters and slightly warmer summers than Margaret River with vines first planted over 30 years ago showcasing unique flavours that are characterised with earthy undertones in the shiraz and cabernet.