There are about 300 of us scattered across the Hills.

Real people, working in small vineyards and artisanal wineries, hand making wines with personality and purity. 

There are 90 Adelaide Hills wine labels, 50 cellar doors and dozens and dozens of 
generous hearted food producers – from cheese wrights and pickle makers to growers and lamb producers.

We like sharing our wines and our food with people who feel the same passion for an authentic life, well lived.

People like you.

The Adelaide Hills has a long distinguished provenance of fine winemaking. Pioneered in the 1840’s, and re-born in the 1970’s when a wave of young terroirists began exploring the high altitudes and myriad of microclimates in this ancient and diverse landscape.
The Savvy Aussie
Meet the real savvy Aussie. A sophisticated, contemporary and finessed style of wine that the world is falling in love with.
G’Day Gruner
Austria meets Australia in the Adelaide Hills, home of the new world interpretation of Grüner Veltliner.
Wild Things
Meet the young experimental winemakers choosing the road less travelled, taking on the world with a new wave of wine styles from the Adelaide Hills.
New Wave Chardonnay
Adelaide Hills is a leader in “New Australian – New Wave” Chardonnay – wines which are elegant, textured and lean but which have the acid structure to age and evolve. These bright and stylish white wines challenge the traditional assumptions about Chardonnay and rival the very best, with their fruit intensity and complexity.
Perfect Pinot
In a state known more for its traditional, warmer-region robust reds like shiraz and cabernet, Pinot Noir is the variety with a genuine affinity for cooler climate conditions.
One Sparkling Day
Renowned for the region’s cool climate wines such as its award-winning chardonnay and pinot noir, it’s only natural that these classic sparkling wine varieties, famous for their role in French Champagne, now have found their way into an exciting range of bubbly Hills beauties.
Cool New Shiraz
Most people will quickly pinpoint districts like The Barossa and McLaren Vale, which have established a certain reputation with their warm-climate wines, but the biggest trend in the past decade has been the shift to cooler climate styles of red wines like Shiraz grown and crafted in The Adelaide Hills.

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