Australian Wineries

South Australian Vines and Wines

The Vines and Wildlife of South Australia

If you are interested in wines and tasting at one of the many winery regions in Australia then you need to consider visiting one of the wineries in Adelaide’s glorious southern region. The city of Adelaide is the gateway to the beautiful wine country of Australia’s Southern States and is located in the southwest corner of the state. The vibrant wine country of South Australia is located along the banks of the River Derwent in the state’s Midlands. There are many wineries in Adelaide’s metropolitan areas including the famous Rhayader Valley Wines, McLaren Vale Wines and Coonawarra Wines.

Winery tours of the wineries in Adelaide are very popular with visitors who are touring Australia or simply want to know more about the history of Australian wine making. Each year thousands of tourists visit the regions in order to taste the premium wines that are produced in this region. Most of the renowned winery establishments are located in the coastal area of Adelaide’s centre, near the city of South Australia. The most popular of the wineries in Adelaide include Coonharra Wines, Clare Valley Wines, Moorish Wines and Langhorne Creek Wines. Each of the winery establishments offers guests special wine tasting events that are designed to give the most discerning of wine drinkers an opportunity to taste some of the most exclusive wines in the world.

The main wine producing region of South Australia is represented by the Blackall Range. This is located within the Barossa Valley region and is characterized by fertile vineyards with rocky cliffs and deep ravines running through it. The climate of this region makes it ideal for growing a variety of vines including sorrel, blue tongue, black tongue and bunty; each grape varieties has its own unique taste and make for excellent wines. A number of small wineries also grow a variety of grapes in this region, such as Rosebank Vineyards and Clare Valley Vineyards.

The Sturt region is also quite famous for its premium white and red wines. Some of the best white wines are produced here, including Gun Barrel Creek and Mt Gambier Vineyard. Red wines include Mt Gambier’s Rhayader and Mt Gambier’s Red Barrel, both of which are considered to be some of the finest red wines in the world. Other famous red grape varietals in this area include Mt Hotham’s White Shuck and Mt Hotham’s Redface. A variety of grape varietals that are popular in this region include Pt Shirloom, Mt Hotham, Sharp’s White Shuck and Mt Beauty’s Beautyless.

South Australia’s fabulous wines also come from its unique flora and fauna. Some of the most popular Australian vineyards produce award-winning wines, including Mt Gambier’s Blue Mountain Wine and Mt Hotham’s Blackreach. Some of the most popular Australian grape varieties grown in this region are: Mt Gambier’s White Shuck, Mt Hotham’s Red Barrel and Mt Beauty’s Beautyless. Other notable wines include Gun Barrel Creek from Australia’s Blackall Range and Mt Hotham’s Riesling and Mt Gambier’s Pinot Noir.

To enjoy all that this region has to offer, head on over to one of the many wine tours available to tourists. There are many winery tours in South Australia, each designed to give you the chance to see all that this region has to offer. A wine tour is an adventure and it’s an experience you won’t soon forget. It’s no wonder that South Australia is considered to be Australia’s most popular wine destination.